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Discussion in 'Hi-Point Carbines' started by johbren, Oct 29, 2015.
anybody tried these?
Time and time again they've told us "final stage ofv testing" and "almost ready"... Then it dissipate and is forgotten about.
To the point i don't think any of us cared.
If that's the final design, its awful. Whether it works or not is left to be seen, but im not holding my breath.
Man that looks like crap. If they can make a bigger mag for a 1911 then why can't they make one for Hi point
Looks like 2 mags just attached with a rubber grommet. And why the weird angle in the middle? Wonder where their "rep" that was here for awhile went and never updated on them.
I dunno, im not spending my money til i hear some reports on them.
Nice weak point right in the middle.
That has to be the ugliest magazine I have ever seen...
I don't think they would have to patent it, who would steal that design...
:eeksign: That thing needs a good dose of Viagra.
I really don't see how it works, or why it works...but I do find it funny that Hi Point guys are talking bad about the looks of a hi cap mag, especially considering how bad people want a higher cap magazine.
Well... Hi-points aren't ugly, not beautiful, but definitely not ugly.
But man those mags make it worse... I don't think I would mind it if it seemed like (1) piece, but it looks like two mags rigged together...
I only have one mag for my 995. I would but one of these if I knew where to send the money they lost a price but never a way to buy I bet they never make it to market
I think it's great if it works.
The issue i have if ...hype hype hype....oops nevermind. Hype...hype......hype......eh nevermind again.
They've cried wolf so to speak too many times for me to take them seriously at this point.
I was excited the 1st time we were told about them, less excited the 2nd and 3rd and after that gave up caring at all.
Can someone just tell me why a straight mag is so hard to make.
Maybe thats why so many of the old timers here failed to make a working one.
I remember so many welded double mags that never worked right. (that's what this thing looks like)
Its all about the angle.... :rofl:
Cuz the 9mm case is tapered. Get more than about 6 in a row in a single stack configuration and the top round in the mag wants to nosedive.
Using a double stack design minimizes the effects of the tapered case.
Just a WAG, but I'm guess "tapered case."
I forget who put me on to this in the first place. You maybe?
Peace favor your sword,
Yep, the angle of the dangle. I still think a bit of Viagra added to it may make it work.
I don't care about ugly, the important questions are as follows:
1. "Does it work?"
2. "Is it reliable?"
If the answers are Yes to both, I'd get it.
Another question: Do they make 15 rd. Mags for the pistols?
10 round only.
Peace favor your sword (mobile)
I suspect OP is someone associated w/Redball,
to keep up interest just in case they ever come out with a released mag.
It had better work much more reliably than the first 2-3 generations of
the ProMag 995 abortion... Just Sayin'! Tell that to your bosses, JB!