Just 20 rounds fired and this happened. Spoke to ATI and I have to ship it back on my dime before they will send the replacement. Here are some pics:
my 995 will jam up if i try to manually cycle the gun..rainman said:On another note concerning the Hi-Point 9mm carbine....I received mine last Thursday and took it brand new in the box down the hall to the range. Usually I'll clean a weapon before firing it for the first time but I decided what the H#ll! It took several attempts before I could chamber the first round. The bolt didn't want to strip the first round out of the mags. After I finally got the first round to fire, everything worked as advertised. Was is a dirty weapon, shooter error or a magazine problem and should I be overly concerned?
Sorry muttmutt. I know how much of an aggrevation this must be. I hope ATI does the right thing and replaces your stock no questions asked.muttmutt said:I was having trouble with feeding on it as well but only got to fire 20 rounds before the stock broke. Cannot help you there.
Once the first round FINALLY chanbered the next 29 (out of 30) cycled just fine using 3 different magazines. The 30th round was a stovepipe. I really can't complain about the 995. If I wanted perfection I would have spent $500 more and purchased a CX4. You get what you pay for.......joe sixpack said:my 995 will jam up if i try to manually cycle the gun..
chambering is'nt a problem on mine though and once it's firing no problems so far.
both my hi-points c9 pistol and 995 carbine both came with a pretty good lube job from teh factory..
*shurgs* i dont know what the problem was i took mine and fired them, did'nt clean them or anything.