High Tower Armory Bullpup Conversion for the…

High Tower Armory just took the wraps off a new bullpup conversion that they will be producing for the… Hi Point Carbine. Yes, the Hi Point Carbine. Before you wander off mumbling under your breath, this might actually make some sense.


Hi Point’s pistol caliber carbines are 1) numerous, 2) affordable, 3) generally reliable, 4) generally accurate, 5) have 20 round magazines available, and 6) exceedingly ugly. This conversion would reduce the overall length without the need for a tax stamp, improve the optic and light mounting options, and go a long way toward improving the looks (which is important to some people whether you like it or not).

High Tower Armory hasn’t released pricing yet but they have stated that this conversion and the carbine itself could be put together for around $500. It may not be your cup of tea but there is likely a market for this conversion. It could be a solid improvement to a carbine that performs beyond its price point.


5 Responses to High Tower Armory Bullpup Conversion for the…

  1. Grump October 18, 2016 at 16:45 #

    It it works for the .45 ACP version, I’m buying it!

  2. Floyd McCarty October 21, 2016 at 02:07 #

    For sale WHERE! People generally buy the hipoint because of its price point. Therefore if this modification is cost effective consider two sold. Thinking 500 dollars moves it way to close to firearms with way higher mag capacity. Bullpup cool though! With the Redball magazine extra cool! Would love to be on waiting list. Like

  3. DAN V October 21, 2016 at 13:02 #

    Great idea. They should offer threaded barrels, if possible!

  4. fee October 21, 2016 at 13:05 #

    Is the kit $ 500 or the kit plus carbine is $ 500? Will it convert the old 995 vs the current 995TS? After conversion will it allow for after market magazines that hold 10+ rounds. ATI stocks allowed for only 10 rd mags, will not allow usage of aftermarket hi cap mags unless you sand parts of the ATI hand grip down.

  5. AverageAmericanPatriot November 1, 2016 at 08:17 #

    I’m in for one! (if it’s legal in Kalifornia)

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