New pistol carbine on the way

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New pistol carbine on the way

Postby Dave_H » Thu Feb 13, 2020 10:32 am

Decided to scratch the Glock mag compatible carbine itch in the form of the gen 2 version of the sub 2000. Price difference between it and the 995(which I already have) is only about $115 in my neck of the woods.
I noticed M-carbo has a few nice after market goodies for it, although my usual m.o. is to just buy more magazines per gun than Ted Nugent.
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Re: New pistol carbine on the way

Postby jeffchance » Thu Feb 20, 2020 4:34 pm

M-CARBO is good to deal with. I have used several of their Savage trigger parts.
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Re: New pistol carbine on the way

Postby Dave_H » Thu Feb 20, 2020 6:17 pm

Saw some of their stuff online, when I was deciding on what PCC to get. I think I may get the metal rear sight, and trigger guard.
I could imagine the rear sight snapping off. I had the sintered metal front sight base on one of my 995 carbines crumble like stale cornbread. All from a 3 foot drop on to a carpeted wooden floor.
Ever since then I pay extra attention to how sights are made on even the least expensive guns.
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