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i have read several places that a company that i cant remember the name of at this point on time sales an aluminum trigger for the 995 carbine that will work very well on the c9 has any of you guys tryed this.

PS trying to also find a good laser that will work with my c9 any suggestions
 

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Panoz is correct about the triggers. Basically any laser that mounts to the trigger guard should work I would think. If you have a C9 comp you can mount a laser to the compensator.
 

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Wow that guy charges a lot more than Bushman! Seems like I got both my charging handle and trigger together for 18 shipped.

EDIT: I bought mine back when Bushman just started making them though.
 

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Even though its listed for the ATI stock it still might fit a C9 will minimal work. I don't know as I have never had my hands on 995 to know. As far as the price it might be higher but its also available unlike Bushman's trigger right now. :'(
 

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This won't even fit a 995 with the OEM stock. Probably won't fit anything else. You might be better off getting a chunck of alum and trying to make one.

Even though its listed for the ATI stock it still might fit a C9 will minimal work. I don't know as I have never had my hands on 995 to know. As far as the price it might be higher but its also available unlike Bushman's trigger right now. :'(
 

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It is definitely too large for the C9. If you were to cut or grind down the bottom of the trigger I'm sure you could make it fit, but that kind of defeats the point of a drop-in part.
 

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It is definitely too large for the C9. If you were to cut or grind down the bottom of the trigger I'm sure you could make it fit, but that kind of defeats the point of a drop-in part.
Or IMO it adds to the fun of customizing my weapon! :devilsidesmile:
 

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How does one get a hold of this Bushman guy? I would like some aluminum parts for my C9.
Or has anyone tried the ebay trigger and made it work?
 

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If anyone does have an aluminum trigger for a C9 and they want to sell it...

I don't mind paying a little markup on it for demand purposes...Please let me buy it!!!

I may try to buy a trigger off ebay and customize it for the C9...from what I can see the pin holes are the same on all Hi-Points...just the size differs. I'm most likely wrong...but I don't mind spending $25 to find out.
 

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well I just ordered the ebay trigger. I will see what it takes if possible to fit the C9. I will report with specifics when I get it!
 

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Sweet. I might order one Friday too. I'm impatient and curious.

What I was thinking. Just take the stock trigger out...line up the pin holes and mark off the new one where it needs to be trimmed. Seems simple enough.
 

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I was almost considering calling Hi-Point and asking them if the triggers are the same on the carbines as they are on the pistols. Then you would know for sure if the ebay trigger would fit the pin holes...it would just be a matter of making it fit in the smaller trigger guard.

At the same time....Any idiot with a couple tools could go to the store and buy some aluminum stock and make their own trigger. I was considering that route somewhat too.
 

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You aren't calling yourself an idiot I hope. ^-^ If one can part with their trigger for a while maybe the ebay vendor could machine one if they had the part?

I was almost considering calling Hi-Point and asking them if the triggers are the same on the carbines as they are on the pistols. Then you would know for sure if the ebay trigger would fit the pin holes...it would just be a matter of making it fit in the smaller trigger guard.

At the same time....Any idiot with a couple tools could go to the store and buy some aluminum stock and make their own trigger. I was considering that route somewhat too.
 

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I am fairly sure that the pin holes in the trigger are the same for the C9 and 995 but the length of the trigger needs to be cut down to fit the C9, I seem to remember someone testing this when Bushman released his original 995 trigger.
 

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I ordered one of the 995 triggers from mold99. They are overpriced and yet they are going very quick. There was 10 two days ago and now 5 left as of a minute ago. I will let you guys know how the trimming and installing in my C9 goes.
 
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