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As a 995TS owner, the idea is great, but the front rail beneath the barrel does not appear compatible to the pistol rail mount. I'll try to post a photo of the 995TS carbine front barrel rail.
 

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As a 995TS owner, the idea is great, but the front rail beneath the barrel does not appear compatible to the pistol rail mount. I'll try to post a photo of the 995TS carbine front barrel rail.
lol I'd hope you'd be able to put the bad guy down before he gets close enough for you to have use a bayonet
 

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I'm almost positive it would fit the TS rail. I have a TS. I believe that I actually saw a picture somewhere on the internet with this bayonet on a TS. The picture was at a gun show and was showing off the Hi Point section and there was one in the background. If I remember correctly, you had to look for it. It didn't stand out because it was in the background.
 

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As a 995TS owner, the idea is great, but the front rail beneath the barrel does not appear compatible to the pistol rail mount. I'll try to post a photo of the 995TS carbine front barrel rail.
lol I'd hope you'd be able to put the bad guy down before he gets close enough for you to have use a bayonet
true true
 

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The main question here would be is a TS stock rigid enough to support a bayonet. I mean if its just for looks then yea, but I don't see it serving a practical purpose. I see it putting a lot of wear on the stock.
 

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I'm not sure if the TS stock is strong enough. After having the classic then upgrading to the TS, I will say the TS is much more rigid. I think this bayonet is too short to be practical though.
 

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I did this a while ago when the last forum was up and I lost the picture so I had to set it up again. Please excuse the pics as they are done with a little camera from the laptop here.

Hunting knife in the laser holder. It actually works I jabbed it a piece of wood and it stood up to it no looseness or anything :D
 

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roadkill, what is your grip wrapped in?
Its a Houge. They just slip on and are very tight. Very common on the HP's
 

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correct, boil it for about 15 minutes before you try to slip it on, spray hairspray on your stock then it will go on easy.
Hairspray? Hows that help? Learn something new everyday.
 

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You tricky bmxers. Thats cool. Never would have thought about that.
 

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I was just wondering if anyone has seen one of these before. I stumbled across it when looking up accessories. I can't believe someone would consider putting it on a pistol, but it might be pretty cool on the 995. What do you think?

http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/store_detail.html?s=KA9900
I bought one as a joke to put on my glock. Here it is attached to the TS. I had to remove the compensator to install it. If the compensator is installed you will have less than 1" of penetration.





 
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