thingmeisterxb: Part is available for sale. If you are interested $30
six20a: Why go through all that BS when you can just bend the upper edge of the
magazine catch hole up and use the 1911 mag in your Hi-Point plus you can
still use the original magazines? You can even do it with the 15 round 1911
thatribaloutlaw: Would like a video of it running those 1911 mags
thingmeisterxb: Because then you can't take that same mag and continue to use it in your
This is merely an option/instructional video on how to remove the stock
magazine catch to replace it with the one I sell.
I do not claim to show some miracle mod that can be done with no effort. If
it his video did nothing for you then I'm sorry. It has done much for many
that have chosen to replace the catch.
I prefer the reversible versatility to the brute destructive modifying.
Thank you for watching.
Top "O": I think the conversion is well designed. Is there any way you can show the
finished part you make.
thingmeisterxb: Does not void warranty. Please contact me at the email in the description
if you would like additional information.
TheMetroPhotographer: You left out the most important part! I would have loved to see the
modified magazine catch.
thingmeisterxb: The hi point main website says they even warranty against normal wear and
tear over multiple owners. So I'm speculating since this is not a permanent
modification, it should not be an issue. I had to edit the original video.
The old video had a close up of the new catch that I hand crafted out of
the aluminum block(the block in the video is what I cut the piece I made
from). I didn't realize the business potential at the time, I was just
having fun. So in the mean time while I'm getting license
thingmeisterxb: check description for contact info
Mark Carlson: Hi, have you looked at other 1911 magazine catch parts from other guns to
see if what you machined out of the aluminum matches any of those parts?
That would make the conversion alot easier. Thank you. The video was good.
Now I am looking to add that gun to my collection.
opisex: :( I was expecting you to show how to mod it, it's a nice show and tell
video but not very informative :(
Artemio Patino: does this void the warranty?
Artemio Patino: and what exactly did you do with the aluminum piece? im really interested
in seeing how you did that because im tired of screwing up my other
magazines just for this one carbine
wade patterson: dude. red alert music in the background. track name is no mercy! im so
surprised to hear it in random youtube video.
N4UPD: I would just do the mag mod and leave the gun itself alone. I did the mag
mod on 3 1911 mags and filed off the mag base and it fit great.
thingmeisterxb: I'm sorry to disappoint. The original video had a close up of the mod
piece. I took it out after I got such a huge response for it. I'm in the
process of getting my patent on it and then I will put the full video back
up. Thanks for watching.
Robert Hoffmann: Stupid video. What's the point?
sawfsil4liltx: hi point has 15 rd mag for rifle!!!!
depinto127: or you can just order a 14 round Hi-point .45 mag from promagindustires
uindy: Being a victim of a screw driver stabbing, it pains me to watch you force
the screwdriver in the direction your other hand sits. :) Just purchased
mine in .45 caliber and thought about the same modification. To bad a slide
stock won't work on one of these.
therealcobraburnout: Interesting. Are you now making the conversion piece for resale or is that
still in the works?
Hi-Point 45 Carbine High Capacity 1911 Magazine Conversion/Mod cen3.4
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