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BHP Hi-Power "tight" Slide Stops and the Ciener Conversion

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by marklbucla, Oct 27, 2006.

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  1. marklbucla

    marklbucla Member

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    I've got the extended pointy slide stop with my SFS shown here: [​IMG]

    The problem is that it keeps sliding out on its own with the Ciener Hi-Power kit.

    Would the standard rounded Hi-Power slide stop stick a little better with it, or just fit tighter in the little hole than the one I have?
     
  2. BHPshooter

    BHPshooter Member

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    Couldn't hurt to try one of the original style slide stops...

    Aside from that issue, how does the Ciener unit shoot?

    Wes
     
  3. Handgun Midas

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    That hammer looks goofy to me, but I like that thumb safety. Where did those parts come from?
     
  4. Stephen A. Camp

    Stephen A. Camp Moderator In Memoriam

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    Hello. Those are the standard parts with the SFS Hi Powers.

    Best.
     
  5. marklbucla

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    The Ciener Hi-Power shoots alright. There was an ammo issue a couple of weeks ago, but it seems to shoot fine now. I haven't tried hitting paper yet, only steel plates, so I can't really compare accuracy that much. When it comes to steel plates at 15 yards, it's on par with the Kadet and Marvel Unit 1.

    It doesn't take long to see that it is a cheaper unit. There's really nothing in the slide to keep the slide stop in, like the lug in the 9mm upper.
     
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