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2ndChildhood 12-21-2011 11:47 PM

Glock Carbine Conversion Unit
 
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Hi All - there has been much speculation about the legalities of pistol-to-rifle conversion units. This troubled me when considering a Mech Tech unit. Upon researching the subject I discovered that a recent BATF ruling lays the subject to rest. Yes - it is perfectly legal to add a 16+" barrel and a shoulder stock to a pistol and then convert back to the original pistol. Mech Tech must have been pestered to death with this question and I see that they have posted detailed info on their forum with all the documentation needed - much of which I discovered elsewhere. It seems that the Mech Tech unit is also legal in CA if it has a 'bullet button' magazine release. Here is their site: MechTech - Home
I finally 'bit the bullet' and obtained a CCU from them - shoots great.

schnuffleupagus 02-08-2016 10:54 AM

I've decided to buy one in 10mm. We'll write a range report when it comes in.

Hairtrigger 02-08-2016 12:18 PM

I have two Mech Tech conversions in 10mm
An early one for 1911 and a newer one for my Glock 20
Both are loads of fun and surprisingly accurate
They are a quality product and mine are very reliable
http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c1...psd1pxoxgy.jpg

JTJ 02-08-2016 01:04 PM

It should make a really nice set up for the 10mm. I was looking at them and they look very well made and thought out but the weight is pretty high for a pistol caliber carbine except for the 10mm which is a pretty hot cartridge. It is only a 5 ounces under my 6 lb 13 oz AR with steel flip ups and a red dot. My 9mm Sub 2000 weighs just under 6 lbs with 18 rounds on board, a red dot, laser, rails, forward grip and a Red Lion front sight. Dont expect a major boost in power with the longer barrel. The pistol cartridges are pretty efficient in short barrels and gain is only 100 to 150 fps in most cases. Not like a 357 magnum that gains 300-400 fps. You can get some additional boost if you hand load specifically for the long barrel.

JTJ 02-23-2016 07:14 PM

If any of you 40 S&W Glock owners are interested: http://www.targetsportsusa.com/kel-tec-sub-2000-40-sw-semi-automatic-rifle-glock22-15-rds-p-58807.aspx


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