I've been thinking about ordering one and messing around with it and finding a way to make it work.. i dont really see how it could be that difficult, it'd probably just take some time to figure out what the problem was. IF i ever get around to buying one, I will figure out how to make it work, and i'll post what i did. But knowing me, that could be a ways down the road.Why don't these things ever work? Too much tension on the spring, or two little? Anyone felt adventuresome enough to find a way to make it work?
Done:Thing is YOU folks have to show Tapco there is enough demand to justify its manufacture so I suggest shooting them an email showing how much you want this product!
As I believe you know, there's been some discussion on the Hi-Point forum (http://hipointfirearmsforums.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?t=688) about conversations that you had with one of the members about the possibility of TAPCO introducing magazines that hold more than the factory-standard 10 rounds. We Hi-Pointers are very interested in higher-cap mags, and have been very disappointed with the only currently-available alternative, from ProMag.
If your company does decide to introduce such a product, I, for one, will order several. Thank you very much for TAPCO's interest in this matter.
Thats exactly what I have in mind. Doing that would probably be the best bet to try to get it to feed reliably. So, Mike, if you do do this let us know how it works. If i do it i'll let you all know. But that is the best idea that i'd think would work.I don't know if this would work, but has anyone tried swapping the follower out of a Hi-Point magazine and into a ProMag? You would probably also have to reshape the feed lips. Just a thought.