995TS single point sling

Discussion in 'Hi-Point Carbines' started by JohnHl, Jul 22, 2015.

  1. JohnHl

    JohnHl Member

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    Does anyone know of mount made for the 995TS to use a single point sling? Or will I have to fabricate a mount?
     
  2. fordfarmboy

    fordfarmboy Member

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    I use velcro and a D ring . Works ok
     

  3. ajole

    ajole Supporting Member

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    Unscrew the rear swing swivel, and the topmost, forwardmost screw in the buttstock.

    Put the screw where the sling swivel was.

    Put the swivel a few turns into the nut where the screw was. Push it in until the nut pops out the left side. Unscrew, then put the nut on the right side, screw the swivel in from the left.

    Attach single point.:)
     
  4. I did mine with a small dog collar and velcro, works like a charm,as i am a lefty the bolt doesnt get hung up on me with it that way.
     
  5. inglwud59

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    I just moved the rear sling swivel from the right side to the left- unscrewed and rescrewed same hole- clipped sling on swivel.
     
  6. Outlaw

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    Another engineering feat. You guys never seem to amaze me. :rofl::rofl:
     
  7. TNTRAILERTRASH

    TNTRAILERTRASH Supporting Member

    Never happened without pics
     
  8. Rachgier

    Rachgier Administrator Staff Member

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  9. There ya go. simple and functional.
     

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  10. pkmurray

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  12. 4runner

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    You could install a QD bucket like I did with mine.

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    It was pretty easy and is very strong and secure.
     
  13. TNTRAILERTRASH

    TNTRAILERTRASH Supporting Member

    4runner , maybe it's my moniter .............I can't see squat. You pic is really dark.
     
  14. 4runner

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    I can see it pretty clearly. But i could probably upload a lighter pic too... i split my stock and filled-in all the void space immediately surrounding that bolt hole with epoxy. Once fully hardened, i drilled the left half (just deep enough for the bucket) with ~11.5 mm bit. Used the same bolt and slotted nut and slid it through backward so that the head is in the bottom of the bucket and tightened it like i normally would.

    I did the camo on a whim (it was just grey like in the top picture)