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Old 02-06-2013, 03:52 PM   #1
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Any info on the sub 2000 like what's the best caliber to get it in and how it handles?

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Old 02-06-2013, 03:59 PM   #2
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It's a fun gun. Basically just a pistol with a stock on it. I'd go with 9mm for cheaper plinking (if you can get ammo) and .40 would be my overall preferred choice.

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I'm looking for one of these in a 9mm, what's the going price for these now.

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I'm looking for one of these in a 9mm, what's the going price for these now.
Mite give you a idea-
http://www.gunbroker.com/Kel-Tec-Sub-2000/Browse.aspx?Keywords=Kel+Tec+Sub+2000
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Yeah I checked them out but that's more than I want to shell out for sub caliber riffle. I basically was looking to get something for the wife to have to compliment my AR. I have seen a. 22 Cal calico for $600 that I was eyeing.

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Look at the S&W M&P 15-22 if you are looking at 22lr. Same ergonomics as an AR. Even comes apart the same way.
You only get about 150 fps boost in a 9 or 40.

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Look at the S&W M&P 15-22 if you are looking at 22lr. Same ergonomics as an AR. Even comes apart the same way.
You only get about 150 fps boost in a 9 or 40.
I second this. The M&P is a great gun.
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Especially the M&P15-22 MOE version. Good bargain for $500 (2010 price I paid).

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My choice for a plinker would be the S&W. I bought one several years ago ($425) and love it. The only problem you may have is finding one and getting it for a decent price. Like everything else "black", they have disappeared from the shelves and jumped up in price since the Newtown shooting. I've seen a few on the web selling for $600. You could get them for $400-$450 a few months ago and they where sold at almost all gun shops and sporting goods stores.

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