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 Post subject: My Latest and Greatest
PostPosted: Wed Oct 26, 2011 6:10 pm 
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My current set-up on 4095TS4X(with laser.) I highly recommend field-striping this weapon after every firing, after your first time re-assembly is a snap. It also gives you a chance to inspect the internals of your weapon, for example my firing pin was bent and I would have had zero clue unless I frequently field strip and clean the internals of the weapon. If you haven't done it before watch the "Hi Point 995TS disassemble" on you-tube, it will work for ANY caliber; the tear down is the same for all of them.

1. Dual Mag holders on butt-stock
2. AIM 4X30 Scope
3. Center-Point Laser sight
4. Removed iron sights to save weight
5. Vertical for-grip
6. Winchester single-point sling
7. New firing pin with springs
8. Receiver Shroud/Compensator Primed and Black Gloss Paint
9. Four magazines total (40 rounds)


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 Post subject: Re: My Latest and Greatest
PostPosted: Wed Oct 26, 2011 6:20 pm 
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nice! i love the 4095


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 Post subject: Re: My Latest and Greatest
PostPosted: Wed Oct 26, 2011 6:43 pm 
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ricky_g wrote:
nice! i love the 4095


That is "dual mag holder" not "dual beer holders" ricky! :roflol:

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I removed my dual beer holders on my 4595 and replaced it with dual mag holders. When I shot, my beer foamed, don't get me wrong, it wasn't all bad, but too much of a good thing is sometimes too much. :stupid: I attached my dual beer holder to a hard hat instead....safety first, right??? :yes2:

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Ok recent addition to the family, 995TS with BSA red-dot.

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i have that BSA sight, i like it


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Hey Long Shot. Where did you get that single point sling and do you remember how much it cost? I like it.
Thanks man.

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ricky_g wrote:
i have that BSA sight, i like it


Its growing on me, I like the quick target acquisitions and its easier to aim with both eyes open.

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MechWolf wrote:
Hey Long Shot. Where did you get that single point sling and do you remember how much it cost? I like it.
Thanks man.


Got that bad boy from Wally World. I found out their website sells more firearms related stuff than any of the stores actually do. They have NcStar ACU tactical vest for $30, that is cheapest I have seen anywhere. Uncle Sam pays like $200 each for those things.

Here is the link for the sling:

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Winchester-Packaged-Single-Point-Sporting-Sling-with-HK-Style-Hook/19212194

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Long_Shot wrote:
MechWolf wrote:
Hey Long Shot. Where did you get that single point sling and do you remember how much it cost? I like it.
Thanks man.


Got that bad boy from Wally World. I found out their website sells more firearms related stuff than any of the stores actually do. They have NcStar ACU tactical vest for $30, that is cheapest I have seen anywhere. Uncle Sam pays like $200 each for those things.

Here is the link for the sling:

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Winchester-Packaged-Single-Point-Sporting-Sling-with-HK-Style-Hook/19212194


I found it at our local Wally World bud. Thanks. Costs only 20 bucks. My wife needs to go there anyway in this "treacherous" 6 inch snow so this will be my Valentine's gift. Lol.
My buddy put the last one back for me. Thanks man.

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MechWolf wrote:
My wife needs to go there anyway in this "treacherous" 6 inch snow so this will be my Valentine's gift.


6"? ouch!!! It was 72 degrees most of the day at my house

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Ex, I would flip you the finger, but I can't find the smiley for it... :roflol: :roflol:

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Yeah, I agree! 72 is nothing to brag about.

It was 76 here today and the wife and I went for a drive; we put the top down on the convertible.
Makeminea4595TS wrote:
Ex, I would flip you the finger, but I can't find the smiley for it... :roflol: :roflol:





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Sorry Amp, 72 is MUCH more comfortable than 76 is unless you want to go swimming. But I spose when you hit a hundred and half the pills in the morning are blood thinners ....Just jokin.. :funny: only a quarter are . :run:

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Ok recent addition to the family, 995TS with BSA red-dot.


Cool! :thumb: Now if the dot were lined up with the top of the post then THAT would be co-witnessed?
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Seems like shooting that shotgun would terribly wrack your right wrist?
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How'd you get the green cast? Florescent lights?
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