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PostPosted: 10 Jun 2018, 14:21 
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Neat little 9mm plinker. It takes glock mags. I need to find me some pre-ban 17 and 33 round magazines for it. Anyone have one of these?
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PostPosted: 11 Jun 2018, 08:47 
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My buddy bought one and it is a hoot. Brought all my Glock mags with me and had a good time. Really fun gun.


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PostPosted: 11 Jun 2018, 08:49 
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FYI, not sure on your local laws, but you can buy 30 rounders brand new. Local gun shop has them here.


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PostPosted: 11 Jun 2018, 09:09 
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I have one ... using the Sig mag release as that also works with CZ magazines and since I have a pre-ban (Mass law) CZ-75B in 9mm ... I have a ton of high-cap mags for it.

Mine has been flawlessly reliable - zero stoppages or failures to feed or eject - and is accurate. I admittedly had a hard time getting my face way down on the stock for the cheek hold that 'too low' rear sight aperture requires, so I added the 'swing away' red-dot mount by Midwest Industries. It is de bomb!

I also don't have a picture of it, but I added 2 Kydex mag holders up on the foregrip, one on each side ... giving me 48-rounds ready to go!

NOTE there is also a good (but older) article on these as a PDF attached - as a separate document - take a look!


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PostPosted: 11 Jun 2018, 09:31 
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Wait...you can get that in tax-a-chusetts but my little ruger 22/45 is considered an assault weapon in CT????

Pistol caliber carbines are much more fun for plinking than rimfires. Not that future generations of CT residents will ever know that.



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Buddy of mine has one, my advice to you is to single load it and not use a hi capacity mag., you will find out why I am giving you that advice! :lol:
Enjoy!
I reload for a .223 and LOVE the guys that go to the local range with their AR's, they tend to keep me and another buddy in a good supply of once fired brass for ours! :lol:


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PostPosted: 11 Jun 2018, 10:46 
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Whew I do feel for you guys and some of your local gun laws. Alabama has spoiled me.

I contemplated putting my built 10/22 “snake charmer” in the safe and using one of these for camping/boating. The KT just wasn’t quite as surgical as my rimfire. I love how they fold up and im a Glock fanboy so I had all the mags I needed haha.

I was impressed with the accuracy.


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I got one of the new Ruger PC carbine takedowns a few months ago. I love it. It feels like you are shooting a rimfire, and very accurate. I went ahead and bought a Glock 17 to compliment it. I've never owned a Glock, but G17 mags are out there, and a lot cheaper than my go to M&P's. Never shot the Keltec sub, but own the 22mag PMR. I haven't had any problems with it.


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By the way, I got the Glock with the blue label program. Expires on labor day. All you need is a copy of your DD214. The blue labels are normally for active duty or retirees only. Got almost a hundred dollars off.


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you can still buy the high capacity glock mags. you can even get the 50 round drum mag for them. http://www.glockstore.com/Glock-9MM-50RD-Drum-Magazine



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PostPosted: 12 Jun 2018, 08:48 
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I think local law was more the reason for pre ban mag talk.

My local gun store has them hanging on the wall. Right next to the Barrett .50 and the full autos :P


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In MA you cant buy those magazines unless they are pre-ban. New ones are of no use to us here in this crappy State.



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PostPosted: 12 Jun 2018, 10:57 
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If any of you guys ever get down this way and want to turn some money into smoke and loud noises give me a shout. It's decently hard to find anyone that wants to hit the range or farm nowadays, but I thoroughly enjoy it.


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But you can have a collapsible stock and a pistol grip on a semi-auto in MA?

Aren't those 2 components that turn plastic and metal into evil man killing black guns in every lib-tard jurisdiction?



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onthewater102 wrote:
But you can have a collapsible stock and a pistol grip on a semi-auto in MA?

Only PRE-BAN (pre-1994 ASB) for those configurations ... don’t you feel safer?



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