M*CARBO Brotherhood

First Post Here: Introduce Yourself!


#2114

Former Marine. 82 years old. Used to compete in IPSIC, Steel Challenge, rifle ,pistol, and shotgun matches.
Recently purchased Hi-Point 1095 carbines. Developing loads to shoot 100 - 200 yards. Need diagram, sear springs, counter weight retaining springs, trigger springs, recoil springs, sears, Dealer price list of parts.
Hi-Point telephones don’t answer. Manufacturer service is unsatisfactory. Any assistance will be appreciated.

Carbine has been surprisingly accurate at 70 yards. No function problems with a half dozen different bullets and a dozen different powder loads. Thanks


#2115

welcome to the brotherhood Hag, thank ya for your service brother!


#2116

Hi @Hag (Tom)

Welcome to the M*CARBO Brotherhood of Arms and thank you for your service! I believe if you email help@mcarbo.com @ChrisNelson would love to hear your ideas on your newly purchased Hi-Point! I had gone into the store side to research your diagram and only found a 'comparison between your HP carbine and KT SUB2000. I was introduced to this forum in Nov. and found the people and knowledge to be fantastic! I am sure that someone in the group has knowledge working with the Hi-Point that can assist you/get you to the right people? Did you also try www.hipointfirearmsforums.com? I know I will attempt to come up with some reference material. Sorry that the manufacturer’s service is ‘unsatisfactory.’ I am sure that has some sort of negative ‘weight’ about your firearm purchases? Good luck in your shooting endeavors!


#2117

Welcome Ray and thank you for your service. My wife uses an M&P 9C with an apex trigger for her EDC. Lots of good people and info here. I love shooting my S2K.


#2118

Welcome Mike and thank you for your service.


#2119

Welcome Hag and thank you for your service. My dad is a Navy WW2 vet.


#2120

@Hag (Tom)

Welcome to the MCarbo Forum. A lot of friendly and knowledgeable people here.

Thank you for your service in the Marines.

Good luck with your Hi Point carbine. Hope you get it fixed like you want.


#2121

Recently I bought a S-2K and thought I would join the Brotherhood. I was looking for shooting and upgrading, tips, and some good conversation on the S-2K. So here I am.

I am retired from the banking industry after 35 years so now have the time to get lots of shooting in.

Shooting has been my main interest since I was 8 years old, and I continue to shoot military style rifles and handguns, and also compete with competition airguns.

I was interested in the S2K’s back when the gen 1’s first came out, but found them somewhat difficult to find, and of course there was always some other firearm I NEEDED, so I finally got around to buying one. I have only test fired my S-2k so far, and just installed a buffer and weighted charging handle. I hope to fire it this weekend and see how the upgrades work out.

Looks like there will always be another upgrade to be made!


#2122

@Spark

Welcome to the M*CARBO Brotherhood of Arms. A great bunch of laid back folks with plenty of firearm knowledge. Feel free to pick our brains, my friend!


#2123

welcome to the brotherhood spark!


#2124

Welcome Spark. You’ll love your sub. It burns through ammo like no other gun I own. LOL


#2125

@Spark

Welcome to the MCarbo Forum. A lot of great people here.

Enjoy!


#2126

@Frankk Welcome to the Brotherhood.


#2127

@Ray-Ray Welcome to the Brotherhood and thank you for your service.


#2128

@Mike57 Welcome to the Brotherhood, thanks for your LE service, and for sure :+1::+1::+1: on 53 years.


#2130

Welcome to the brotherhood.
Yes, there is lots of info here. Hope you enjoy your stay in the brotherhood.


#2131

@exnjcop Welcome to the Brotherhood and thank you for your service.


#2132

@Hag Hi tom. Welcome to the Brotherhood and thank you for your service. What caliber are the long range loads you are developing?


#2133

@Spark Welcome to the Brotherhood. Happy to have you join our group. What caliber is your s2k?
I have a .22 crossman pump pellet rifle and a Diana model 45 .177 break barrel.


#2134

My S2K is a 9mm. I like to shoot steel plates so 9mm is a really good caliber for that, as well as being fairly cheap to shoot.

I shoot a PCP called an Airforce Edge .177 cal. We shoot at 10 meters indoors, and use small steel animal targets. The smallest are the chickens, and they have a frontal area the size of a dime. I also shoot a Mrod Airmax PCP pistol.

For outdoors I have an old Diana 34 break barrel in .22 cal. Has been a really good airgun, but my arms can only stand cocking it about 35 times each day!