New toy...with extras.

New toy...with extras.

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    New toy...with extras.

    My Sub2000 was getting lonely, and I ran across this on another forum I frequent. Sent off the check today and can't wait. Like my other, it is a 9mm accepting Glock mags.

    It has a M1 tactical 3 rail and 2 other 4 rails plus bipod, tac sling, tac light, 4 30 rd mags and 4 17 rd mags (2 with "+2s")

    Total was $450 with the shipping and FFL fee.

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    Hmmm. Love the Glock mags thing.

    What is the range on something like that?

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    Very cool!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cammo girl View Post
    Hmmm. Love the Glock mags thing.

    What is the range on something like that?
    IMO about 100 yards...at that point it still has more wallop than my G19 point blank and is very accurate. Some say 200 yards+, but the drop is a lot at 200 and the velocity is about like a .380 point blank.

    At 50, it has the wallop of a .357

    Over 100 yards, I'm grabbing the Saiga .223
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    So sweet.
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    Pistol caliber carbine's are too much fun. I've got a camp 9 sighted in at 78yds, wonderful on coyotes.

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    i really like those utg bi-pods best bag for your buck!! $20 for those but they work great!
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    I always thought those were very interesting weapon systems.

    Very portable, can stuff it in a briefcase to slip it by the gastapo, and it doubles as a decent rabbit or coyote gun when you are hungry and the zombies are infesting the city.

    Although I will warn you that when zombies invade 9mm is going to be scarce in the gun stores that you will be looting if you are not turned your self.
    On the other hand the viral spray from their blood spatter should be minimal since 9mm doesn't hit with great force as if you used an 5.56mm platform. I would still recommend ordering a full plastic face shield or a riot helmet for close zombie encounters. It in theory should minimize chance of spray in the event you hit a over pressurized artery or cranial plate.
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    Very nice! Looks like a setup that WILL protect the perimeter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tangoseal View Post
    I always thought those were very interesting weapon systems.

    Very portable, can stuff it in a briefcase to slip it by the gastapo, and it doubles as a decent rabbit or coyote gun when you are hungry and the zombies are infesting the city.

    Although I will warn you that when zombies invade 9mm is going to be scarce in the gun stores that you will be looting if you are not turned your self.
    On the other hand the viral spray from their blood spatter should be minimal since 9mm doesn't hit with great force as if you used an 5.56mm platform. I would still recommend ordering a full plastic face shield or a riot helmet for close zombie encounters. It in theory should minimize chance of spray in the event you hit a over pressurized artery or cranial plate.
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    Sweet looking gun! I have been looking at those recently and would like to get one eventually. Love the portability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Very nice! Looks like a setup that WILL protect the perimeter.
    My other Subbie has become the "go to gun" that lives by my bed and gets grabbed when investigating alarms from my triple Rottie perimeter alarm system. I live in the woods, but have about 40 yards clear on 3 sides and the river about 15-20 yards behind the house.
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