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Not unless you can fashion a mount for it. You may be able to install a picatinny mount from the accessory rail on the .40 and .45 though
 

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Hm... what if you fashioned a mount that would use the rear sight attachments?? I could see it working then....
That's a very small area to be putting so much load on, particularly because it's ZAMAK instead of steel. I wouldn't bet on it holding.

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That much material removed on such a critical component looks dangerous.
 

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weasel walker said:
Someone here is more than capable of building a floating bracket sort of like this one and using the Screws on the Hi points grips to mount it
I have seen several competition pistols that mount a bracket under the front of the gun (picatinny rail) that wraps around and up to mount a scope/red dot without touching the slide.
 

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Hi Everyone,

I found lots of discussions about using Red Dot Sight on Hi Point Carbines.

However, does anyone know if a Red Dot Sight can be used on a Hi Point C9 Pistol?

I was thinking of a Red Dot Sight that looks something like this one on a C9:
Burris Optics FastFire II
That red dot is way over priced but the picatinny rails you need is 10.00 dollars on ebay
Thank you.
 
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