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 Post subject: Re: Pic of the new Hi Point stock
PostPosted: Mon Aug 17, 2009 12:34 am 
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Saw one of these today at a nearby gun dealer when I was purchasing a Mosin Nagant 91/30 rifle. Price tag new was $299.95 which seemed pretty high to me.


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 Post subject: Re: Pic of the new Hi Point stock
PostPosted: Mon Aug 17, 2009 10:23 am 
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That is high to me too, you know how it is, its a new product, so some sellers are going to play it for all its worth :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: Pic of the new Hi Point stock
PostPosted: Fri Sep 25, 2009 6:26 pm 
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OK the new ones are out.Finally .Questions .#1 can the old carbine be updated to the last shot hold open as the new models, and #2 will their new stock interchange with the older carbine.If so #3 are they available seperately :dunno: --RR--

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 Post subject: Re: Pic of the new Hi Point stock
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Old carbines cannot be updated to LRBHO, old carbines can be updated to new stock, new stocks are not out for sale yet. You CAN however, send your carbine to Hi Point for routine maintenance, and for $50 they will return it to you with the new stock.

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 Post subject: Re: Pic of the new Hi Point stock
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 8:48 pm 
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Now I LIKE THAT!! Will definitely haunt the HP site till I see it on the market..











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 Post subject: Re: Pic of the new Hi Point stock
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If you are referring to the stock Mark, it will be the same price when it becomes public as far as I know. You mentioned that you have had your carbine for years now, you could send it in for any updates it may be behind on, and get the stock put on while its there. Just a thought ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Pic of the new Hi Point stock
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If you are referring to the stock Mark, it will be the same price when it becomes public as far as I know. You mentioned that you have had your carbine for years now, you could send it in for any updates it may be behind on, and get the stock put on while its there. Just a thought ;)


What kind of "updates" are you refering to?

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 Post subject: Re: Pic of the new Hi Point stock
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Different types of firing pins, firing pin springs and the such.

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 Post subject: Re: Pic of the new Hi Point stock
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It is the new Target Stock that Hi Point is making for their carbines.

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 Post subject: Re: Pic of the new Hi Point stock
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Sorry to steal the thread but are the updates free of charge? I recently purchased that stock you mentioned and installed it and now I am wondering if I should dissasemble it and send the gun in for updates. Will they ship it back to me or does it have to go to a FFl?


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IIRC there is a 40 dollar charge for the new stock Capac Kid. You can call them and find out to be certain.

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Capac Kid wrote:
Sorry to steal the thread but are the updates free of charge? I recently purchased that stock you mentioned and installed it and now I am wondering if I should dissasemble it and send the gun in for updates. Will they ship it back to me or does it have to go to a FFl?



If it is messing up, yes, send it in. I believe if you send it in, it goes back to you, if the FFL does, it goes to them.....but you can call Hi Point and ask for certain.

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The gun is flawless and I am very happy with it. But if they did some mods that make it better then I am all for having it updated.


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IIRC there is a 40 dollar charge for the new stock Capac Kid. You can call them and find out to be certain.



I think Ape is correct on the price of $40 includes shipping to you and $60 for the conversion if you send it in to Hi Point. If sent in, it gets a complete check up, end to end.

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