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Thread: Best bang for the buck Glock mag 9mm carbine

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    Best bang for the buck Glock mag 9mm carbine

    Or braced pistol?

    I was getting into the AR mag pistol and companion PCC thing long before the great options we have today.

    I would like a braced pistol type Glock magazine gun.

    I do not like the clamshell type options using a flock frame.

    I do not like the keltec.

    I would prefer folding brace but would probably be fine with an AR type with just a collapsible brace.

    Thanks for any info.
    “Where weapons may not be carried, it is well to carry weapons.”

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    I got to run a few mags through the PWS PCC at an event last summer, and really fell in love with it. Not sure what your budget is, but these can be had for about a grand. Bolt hold open on the last round, fairly light, very accurate, you can swap out their brace for an SBA3 or whatever flavor of brace you like.

    https://www.primaryweapons.com/product-url-6483
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    Foxtrot Mike seems to get a lot of good feedback and their prices are good.

    No personal experience, but I would look into them. They have both Colt and Glock style with lrhb I believe.

    I know primary arms carries them and I think Brownells

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    I recently bought a Sig Sauer MPX. I love it. It shoots like a dream. Trigger isn't bad but it will be replaced with something better pretty soon. My father has been wanting one as well. He doesn't know it yet but I'm getting him a cmmg guard 9mm. Now both of these are setup as pistols, but can be setup with a 16" barrel as well. The sig is the more expensive one to change around but it's also unique since its a gas piston instead of blowback like most of the 9mm AR style guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by everready73 View Post
    Foxtrot Mike seems to get a lot of good feedback and their prices are good.

    No personal experience, but I would look into them. They have both Colt and Glock style with lrhb I believe.

    I know primary arms carries them and I think Brownells
    I have a FM Glock version. I put approx 2,000 through it so far. I bought mine through Primary Arms. Great price. I'm very happy with it

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    Thumbs up

    This is my next AR type pistol https://www.extarusa.com/ep9.htm

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    I have a Mil Sport and a PSA, both have bee excellent!

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    I’ve been running a Faxon 10” upper, a PSA lower with SBa3 brace, Stearn Defense adapter.
    Installed a shootable trigger and controls.
    Shoots well, has been 100%.
    Just under $1K with a few Grok, 32 rd mags.
    Last edited by gaijin; 05-16-19 at 10:25.

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