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Excalibur 05-22-2014 05:47 PM

I was thinking of just getting the Sub2K that takes the Glock mags. Would be kinda cool if they made one that is is 10mm or .45 ACP

S&Wshooter 05-23-2014 03:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Excalibur (Post 40691)
I was thinking of just getting the Sub2K that takes the Glock mags. Would be kinda cool if they made one that is is 10mm or .45 ACP

I'd go for that one if I didn't have 2 guns that already take 59 pattern mags. A Sub 2000 with a bunch of 33-rounders would be sweeeeeeeet


A .45 Sub 200 that takes 15-round FNX-45 mags would be really cool

Excalibur 05-23-2014 03:03 PM

I was thinking about getting a "pistol" AR in 9mm and put the SIG SB-15 on it.

S&Wshooter 05-23-2014 08:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Excalibur (Post 40693)
I was thinking about getting a "pistol" AR in 9mm and put the SIG SB-15 on it.

Yeeessssssssss

Excalibur 05-23-2014 10:00 PM

Yeah, it's gonna be sweet once I buy it after my next couple pay checks.

CGB92Fan 06-09-2014 01:16 AM

[quote=Excalibur;40691]I was thinking of just getting the Sub2K that takes the Glock mags. Would be kinda cool if they made one that is is 10mm or .45 ACP[/QU]

Technically for the 10MM or .45ACP you could go for a Roni carbine-pistol system...though you'd have to shell out roughly $340 for the carbine part and $500-$600 for a Glock or a SIG, dunno if there are models for pistols by other companies than those two. Hi-Point makes a .45ACP complete carbine for $341 (@Buds) but i think the mags are kinda on the small side. I thought about doing the former once but backed off due to the combined price...and I'm major cheapass sometimes.

funkychinaman 06-09-2014 02:34 AM

[quote=CGB92Fan;40757]
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Originally Posted by Excalibur (Post 40691)
I was thinking of just getting the Sub2K that takes the Glock mags. Would be kinda cool if they made one that is is 10mm or .45 ACP[/QU]

Technically for the 10MM or .45ACP you could go for a Roni carbine-pistol system...though you'd have to shell out roughly $340 for the carbine part and $500-$600 for a Glock or a SIG, dunno if there are models for pistols by other companies than those two. Hi-Point makes a .45ACP complete carbine for $341 (@Buds) but i think the mags are kinda on the small side. I thought about doing the former once but backed off due to the combined price...and I'm major cheapass sometimes.

Don't you also need a tax stamp for a Roni?

Excalibur 06-09-2014 03:01 AM

Yeah, I ain't paying uncle sugar for a stamp for my right to own a firearm.

CGB92Fan 06-10-2014 01:08 AM

Anyone know how many rounds of 125 grain .357 Magnum ammunition a Model 19/66 can fire before damage occurs? I keep trying to look it up and all find is 125 grain being the model 66 & 19's kryptonite. Anyway it's really pushing me towards the 586/686 series or the GP100...

Yournamehere 06-11-2014 12:58 AM

I remember seeing a table that showed different variations of the Model 19/66, how many rounds had been fired, and which guns had experienced forcing cone cracks. Many of the guns saw thousands of rounds before cracking, and some still hadn't cracked after thousands of rounds. In all likelihood, it will never happen if you shoot 125 grain rounds. I've also read that the Model 66 is especially resilient to this Achilles heel, as the quality of their stainless steel is higher than that of the blued carbon steel guns. It's not hard to find 158 grain loads either, or to shoot just .38 Special through the gun either.

I understand the paranoia though, and I'd just as easily vouch for a 586/686 too, as long as they aren't recent production. If you're relegated to recent production guns, the GP100 is probably the way to go.


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