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Discussion in 'Hi-Point Carbines' started by BT Sniper, Dec 10, 2009.
damn, now that IS talent!
All these squares make a circle!
This is my 4095 beast in her new sexy hi point end plate adapter so she can sport the AR 6 point stock. I make and sell these...search ebay for "Hi point end plate adapter" The others are customer builds
We can haz folding stock HiPoint?
ETA: Nicely done, and @ a fair price. If the High Tower craters or lacks 1911 mag support, I'll be buying one.
yes if you buy the buffer tube folding adapter I have seen them on ebay and amazon, they are like $80+ if it is mil-spec buffer it will thread into the adapter. You may need to google it and buy from another sight, but they are out there, just not cheap. However I have a guy buying a blank adapter (aka no threaded buffer tube hole) and it appears he is going to affix a folding stock of some sort to it. I am interested to see the pics of the results.
Why not? I do.
poor mans UZI with a long barrel...tacticool for shore!!. what folding stock did you use maybe I can marry it to my hi point end plate adapter?
OH snap they are $50 and up on ebay. Although it looks simple enough to marry to a blank end plate adapter just need to drill and tap a hole for the screw. Food for thought, but not my budget at the moment.
My paint job and a few extras
Black n Tan carbines shoot better, faster, straighter, and longer
FunN4Lo, very nice work!
Um, have you ever considered updating your telephone service?
Fun4,, if I didn't know better,, I would say you took those pics in my mother dinning room,, with the old treadle sewing machine,, and candle stick phone,, if you were to take another pic to the right of those and there is a functioning crank style phone,, i'd be impressed
Black and tan eh? I heard red and black shoots better stronger straighter than anything on Earth. Heck sometimes a laser beam seems to jump from a red and black anything, car, gun, jet, anything. I sware I've had a plan for a Marlin 700 in red and black. It a simple plan, but I can't figure out a recipe for the stain. I saw a car show last night and a guy did one of those 3 week finish jobs on a walnut pickup bed. He did it with MY stain...but didn't tell how he did it. What I want is stain that ends up red. Can anyone help with a recipe?
Blood makes the grass grow, as well.
I think that's what red usually means, blood or fire. Sometimes both. The black add an evil dark twist. Red plastic won't work for a gun. But a deep red stain on wood might.
Recently finished my 995 project
I pointed out your extended mag to the wife, and she said,"Oh, it matches, that's cute."