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Kel-Tec Sub 2000 9mm, $400

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CNC machining makes for a lightweight, affordable, and useful carbine. The Kel-Tec design really grows on you. The ejection port is large enough for positive ejection; controls are well laid out.

Kel-Tec Sub 2000 9mm, $400

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A great advantage of the Kel-Tec is its ability to take 33-round Glock 17 magazines. The magazine fits into the grip frame in the proven UZI fashion.
The reciprocating bolt handle is contained in the buttstock — the charging handle had to be somewhere. When you fire the Kel-Tec, keep your hands out of the way of the bolt handle.
Space-age material allows for an affordable, lightweight carbine. The Kel-Tec stands alone as a lightweight folding 9mm carbine. Even extended, the modular design is quite compact, and when folded, it will readily fit in most briefcases.

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