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Posted: 11/21/2002 6:46:27 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/21/2002 8:21:51 AM EDT by Rparr28922]
Does anybody know of any resonable priced 9mm carbine guns? I'm only looking to spend up too 700 dollars. Was trying for a Special Weapons Omega but the guy I'm trying to get hold it for me hasn't been responding to me.
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Link Posted: 11/21/2002 6:54:16 AM EDT
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Link Posted: 11/21/2002 6:59:07 AM EDT
whoops I'm looking to purchase a Carbine.
Link Posted: 11/21/2002 7:00:37 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Rparr28922: Does anybody know of any resonable prices 9mm guns that accept 9mm bullets? I'm only looking to spend up too 700 dollars. Was trying for a Special Weapons Omega but the gun I'm trying to get hold it for me hasn't been responding to me. Anybody know anything about this weapon. Would like it to be able to handle. +P or +P+ bullets.
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Hopefully, any 9mm gun will accept 9mm bullets.[shock]
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Link Posted: 11/21/2002 7:13:34 AM EDT
Naw! But i know where there is a .45.acp Olympic arms ar-15 sitting on the shelf!
Link Posted: 11/21/2002 7:15:15 AM EDT
The Kel-Tec sub2000 is pretty fun and is available in 9mm or .40 and will take Beretta, Glock, or S&W mags. [url]http://guninfo.tnet.com/keltec.html[/url] [img]http://guninfo.tnet.com/KELTEC/sub2000long.jpg[/img] [img]http://guninfo.tnet.com/KELTEC/sub2000short.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 11/21/2002 7:18:15 AM EDT
On second thought! If your looking for a pistol you can get great deals on well cared for Sigs and Berrettas for about $425 if you want a carbine and aren't particular about whether it's an ar or not, RUGER PC9's are reliable accurate and mount a scope or red dot site, and the mags are available as they are the same ones used by rugers semi auto pistols in the same caliber! Neat little gun i have fired and would like to get one myself,with +p they achieve .357 magnum velocities!
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Link Posted: 11/21/2002 7:30:54 AM EDT
Originally Posted By thebeekeeper1: 9MM carbine (AR-type?) are out there, but tend to cost a little more than $700. The biggest problem is pre-ban mags are quite expensive. Check the various firearms-related auctions and, of curse, our Equipment Exchange here on the Board. If you look long enough, and aren't in a hurry, you will find one.
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I have a few COLT POST BAN Match Target rifles(no flash even thought there is not a flash supressor) in 9mm. They are sweeeeeeeeeeeeeet!! Never JAM!! Ilikelegs can bump fire it perfectly! I have a few Colt mags and a few UZI mags. The Colt mags will hold the bolt back. The Agentina mags that the Rock River 9mm guns use work fine. Slightly modified UZI mags work too (need rectangluar hole for mag release). I have seen the same 2 COLT mags at gun shows within the last 2 years. A year ago the 32 round mag was $99 and the same vendor had the same 2 mags this week and they were marked up to $139 each.
Link Posted: 11/21/2002 8:15:33 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/21/2002 8:22:44 AM EDT by Rparr28922]
Just wondering why I should stay away from Special Weapon's Omega. If they are troublesome meaning have misfires, blowup after you shoot them or something like that let me know. It looks like a nice gun. but looks can be deceiving.
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[Last Edit: 11/21/2002 9:16:15 AM EDT by Kaliburz]
Originally Posted By Rparr28922: Just wondering why I should stay away from Special Weapon's Omega. If they are troublesome meaning have misfires, blowup after you shoot them or something like that let me know. It looks like a nice gun. but looks can be deceiving.
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Because it is made by Special Weopons. I have read bad things. Other products they make have had some seriouse problems. Customer serivie has been "hammered" many times too. Now, back to your question: 9mm Carbines. What did you have in mind? Personally, I would recommend a Keltec. I've seen them for under $350.00. Why, well, if you have a 9mm pistol, choose the Keltec that uses it's mags. That way you don't have to worry. Plus, the Keltec can fold and be stored in compact bags. I have an older Sub 40 that uses Glock mags, love mine.
Link Posted: 11/21/2002 9:44:22 AM EDT
If you already have an AR, get a 9mm upper for it. It will cost you far less than $700.
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Link Posted: 11/21/2002 10:51:46 AM EDT
Originally Posted By ikor: Ruger 9mm carbine] Ibid. Good gun. I bought mine at a gun show for $300. Sold it a year later for $350. Wish iI still had it. PC9 carbine and P89(or95) is a nice combination.
Link Posted: 11/21/2002 10:55:29 AM EDT
Originally Posted By ikor: Ruger 9mm carbine. Good gun. Uses their 9mm pistol mags which can easily be found at reasonable prices in the 15rd. capacity. Tough, fun little carbine, and waaayy ahead of the Marlin in quality.
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My thinking as well. If they made it as good as they did their basic Ruger 10-22, then great! Also, there are 30+ round magazines available for the Ruger 9mm.
Link Posted: 11/21/2002 12:30:36 PM EDT
You could get the Olympic Arms PCR-9. It with a SOCOM block will let you use unmodified Sten mags. The MPA20 is a MAC-11 carbine which uses unmodified Sten mags as well, it costs $350. Other good ones suggested were the Ruger PC-9 and Marlin camp rifle.
Link Posted: 11/21/2002 1:50:25 PM EDT
Thanks for everyones, I will be going with the Ruger PC9, looks like a very nice gun.
Link Posted: 11/21/2002 2:00:41 PM EDT
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