SUB 2000 rifle is a self loading carbine for pistol cartridges. Different versions of the SUB-2000 will accept most modern handgun magazines, S&W, Glock, Keltec, Sig or Beretta. By rotating the barrel upwards and back, the SUB-2000 can be reduced to a size of 16"x7" to facilitate secure storage. The SUB-2000 also features an internal keyed deployment lock
|Stock Description:||Synthetic Black|
|Muzzle:||No Muzzle Device|
|Stock Finish Group:||Synthetic|
|Metal Finish Group:||Blued/Black|
Posted by Aaron on 11th Dec 2015
Awesome buying experience at value guns. Extremely fast response on any questions that I had and processed my order in less than 24 hours and also shipped! Five star service. Will definitely be coming back. As far as the Kel-Tec sub 2000 gen 2 (9mm) that I purchased here, this is an excellent pistol caliber carbine! Pistol caliber carbine's have become the new fad but in AR style build would cost you around $1000 or more for a decent quality one. The sub 2000 has a lot of advantages and also a lot more value in what you get in my opinion. The advantages I see is you get a full 16 inch barrel in a smaller package (folds in half to 16.25") that you could build in even the shortest barreled AR style pistol caliber carbine. Takes Glock mags which is a huge plus if you own a Glock 17 and also takes the high capacity Glock 33 round mags (9mm). The other advantages I see is the total weight which is only a little more than 4 pounds which is extremely light for any carbine with a 16 inch barrel. You also get a lot more velocity out of you're round with the full length of the barrel as opposed to A.R. pistol carbines which are normally 5 to 9 inch barrels. The best thing about all of this though is the fact that it WORKS (reliably) and the price is only $420. That is a lot of bang for your buck! I know keltec has an up-and-down reputation for reliability in some of their fire arms but the sub 2000 has been around for a while and has proven to work reliably and has a good reputation even as far back as the and has a good reputation even as far back as the first-generation model and they have made even more improvements in the second generation model. There are tons of reviews out there that will echo that as well. I really like that they added the mlok rail and made it a lot slimmer. I bought this for my wife to carry with her and her larger purse that she has and it fits in their perfectly. We also easily fit in a small backpack or a diaper bag. With the increasing number of terrorist attacks lately it has prompted me to want her to carry something with her that would be more advantageous (in a situation like that where she could end up trapped) than just her normal concealed carry pistol with a 3 inch barrel and much lower capacity. Let's face it, times have changed and so should our Carry. It's not something that she would carry around her every time she goes out of the house (at least not at this point) but it is something that she will carry with her if she plans on going somewhere that is really crowded or at a big event. I think it's a good idea and doesn't hurt to have more options than just your normal every day carry pistol. The fact that it folds in half and is very slim and light weight makes it the perfect pistol carbine for a woman in my opinion and if you're like me and always worry about the safety of your wife and kids when you're not there then this is a great option that will make you feel a little more at ease. My wife carries it in a large coach purse so it's nice that she doesn't have to Buy a bigger tactical looking backpack or something like you would be forced to do if you had an AR style pistol carbine which is wider, longer, and heavier then the sub 2000 gen2. And even if you didn't want it for these reasons the gun is cool! I mean it freakin folds in half! Will definitely turn some heads and get some attention from others if you're into that kind of thing. Definitely the coolest gun that I have and I have a good number of guns. There's not a whole lot of bad things I can really say about this. The only thing that they could maybe add is having it lock open on an empty mag, but that's really not that big of a deal. And even if you did buy it and for some reason hated it then you aren't really out a lot of money because it only costed a little over $400 and you could probably sell it for more than that online because these things are really popular and hard to find locally. Everywhere I went here in Arizona said they don't last on the shelf for more than 20 minutes. Great by if you ask me. Go out and get yourself one!
Posted by Unknown on 21st Nov 2015
Very glad I bought this carbine to go with my G17
Really accurate, will recommend this to anyone that is thinking about one, I'm wanting another to go with my G22 40cal!!!
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