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Old 02-10-2012, 12:18 AM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on one of these. I'm thinking about getting one just cuz there cheap and cheap to shoot.

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Old 02-10-2012, 12:29 AM   #2
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I do. Not bad for the money, but it's nothing to brag about. Accuracy is surprisingly good up to about 50 yds. Clips from the 9mm hi point pistols fit it too.

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I have an old 995. Great little carbine. bad part is the Magazines. Only 10 rounds.

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Yeah thats the only bad thing I've heard about it

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I've seen 15 rounders but can't remember manufacturer. Maybe saw them at cheaper than dirt.

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ProMag makes 15 round. I've had issues w/ some of their mags in other firearms. I'd rather have 10 go bang the a jam w/ 15.

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I just ordered one of these and I can't wait to get it. I think it's great that it takes 9mm rounds. I have heard only good things about them even when compared to larger Carbines.

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Where did ya get it and what did ya pay for it ? I got my eye on one at an up cumming auction but there's no guarantee Im gona be walkin out with it.

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I just ordered it Thursday from Sun State Guns and Ammo down in Fla. I paid $249.00 brand new plus $35.00 shipping to the FFL. The FFL is charging $60.00 (including the background check). I also bought 3 additional clips for $17.00 each. So that's a total of $395 all fees included. I looked high and low and this is the only vendor I found anywhere who had one. I was also looking for a Kel Tec Sub 2000 with the Glock 19 set up... Those are absolutely no where to be found right now.

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I hear that the Pro Mag 15 rd mags that are problematic are the A1 models . Pro Mag has since released a A3 model that has been completely debugged. If you pick one up make sure the description in the spec says model A3.

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