9 responses

  1. RGR
    December 10, 2012

    I have owned one for 3 years and its a great little weapon. If you don’t want to spend a lot ,under $50, I have put a NEBO laser light and universal 1″ mount on the front end and it works well and still allows the gun to be folded. Also, Keltec has a fair selection of add ons. A great place to see what other owners have done theirs is the Keltec owners group. Good luck finding one you may have to get on a wait list. God Bless and Keep Your Powder Dry.

  2. Patriot One
    December 10, 2012

    The Glock 17 configuration is the toughest to find. I’ve had standing paid orders for that one for over a year so if you see one buy it! I always buy 2 of the same model, but I have had a hell of a time finding my second G17 configuration.

    For me these are trunk guns that go in the in the get home bag or the brief case. For now I’m using the G22 configurations and My wife has the G17 configuration. I will say the 9mm is more fun to shoot. The butt tends to dig in with the lower portion on the shoulder.

    They say its good out to 150 yards, but I wouldn’t try to engage past 50 yards. I bought these guns in 2010 when we started seeing the violent flash mobs. My thinking was how do you defend your family against a flash mob of 50 to 200 people? Answer you can’t. That’s when I went heavy on my concealed carry and went back to full size Glocks with a min. of 2 extra Hi-cap mags.

    When we are in larger crowds, festivals, flea markets; I can throw everything in a small civilian looking backpack and easily carry offensive and defensive capabilities with 300 rounds under 15lbs. To some people I guess that would seem extreme, but my family will be safe.

  3. Wayne
    December 10, 2012

    Rourke,

    My experience with the sub 2000 is positive, too. Very accurate out of the box. Great price ~$300. Brilliant ideas: Glock mag 9mm interchangeability and ability to transport folded in half. Rave reviews also by other big hitters on You Tube.

    But there’s one point upon which we disagree.

    I think this gun is great looking!

    To make it even better looking, check out the many ways this great carbine can be enhanced for looks and functionality–on YouTube.

    Keep up the good work, Wayne

    • Rourke
      December 10, 2012

      Thanks Wayne –

      Rourke

  4. Badger359
    December 10, 2012

    I agree with your points. It reminded of the 1800’s when a cowboy carried his six gun and lever action in (44-40, 45LC) this help him with ammo carry and dispatching bad guys and food. A dead medium sized game will know the difference between pistol munitions and high power if your accurate enough. This does lend it self good to ruck sack, close quarters and vehicle fire-arm.

  5. Irish-7
    December 12, 2012

    I have looked at different carbines over the past 6 months or so. I considered a Marlin Camp Carbine in .45 ACP, but they seemed awful expensive for such a basic system. I noticed some older Ruger carbines on sale through GunsAmerica. They were all in .44 MAG, and since that is not a caliber that I stock, I did not pursue them. I like the concept, as Badger359 pointed out, there are advantages to using the same round in your long gun and hand gun. In a way, I am following this theory with a Rossi Circuit Judge and Governor (both shooting .45LC/.410 GA).

    • Rourke
      December 12, 2012

      Irish-7,

      I had a Marlin Camp 9 years ago. Loved it and wish I still had it.

      Thanks – Rourke

  6. Carl Roark
    December 12, 2012

    just seen a new 50 rnd drum mag on youtube take a look. The last 30 seconds is hillarious. http://youtu.be/1KghkFluEoU

    • Rourke
      December 12, 2012

      Carl –

      Just watched that. Your right – that last 30 seconds is funny. I didn’t expect that!

      Thanks for the tip.

      Rourke

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