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Thread: Where are all the 9mm carbines?

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    Where are all the 9mm carbines?

    Beretta CX4 carbine? Out of stock everywhere, no idea about restock.

    Rock River AR-9? Same story.

    I found a Colt AR-9 online, a bit over $1K.

    Anybody know anything? Where are all the 9mm carbines?

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    Big fan of the CZ Scorpion. The girlfriend and I have put thousands of rounds through it and it eats everything without issue.

    Iíve been using a Ruger PCC at monthly 2-Gun competitions at my local LGS. Targets are inside 25 yards, and while I donít quite have a thousand rounds through it yet, Iíll definitely get there with it before long.

    Both are great platforms with a lot of aftermarket support, especially the Scorpion.

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    Second on the ruger pcc. Great little rifle.

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    My Buddy bought a Stribog. It cost $1k with brace, but is supposed to be very nice and vs an MP5 $$$$ thats cheap.

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    Storms are imported in batches, have always been hard to find. I like mine and if you’re looking for a 16” barrel is a good choice in a short overall package. But I like my Evo Scorpion pistol just a bit better, and that 8” barrel performs just as well with 124 gr. and better with 147. Storm shoots 115 better.

    I like the Storm looks & ergos but the Evo with an SBA3 is more flexible. Mounting a scope on a Storm is a PITA. Neither has a great trigger out of the box but both do have cheap DIY fixes. If you want to swap in a new trigger Evo has more aftermarket options.

    Or just put an AR together. Lots of good uppers in the $300 range and you choose what mag you want to run.
    My first 9mm carbine was a Rock River Arms 16”, very reliable but terrible accuracy.

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    At the gun show today a Marlin Camp Carbine was marked $1200. I passed.

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    Build one. Not hard to find parts for one. I went up a notch to .40 on my last one. Or buy a used Hi-Point and do the Hightower arms bullpup conversion. https://www.shootingillustrated.com/...-carbine-f.jpghttps://d3apgz7jqdnp73.cloudfront.ne...preset=article
    Last edited by NQNPIII; 08-25-19 at 23:43.

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    Last edited by NQNPIII; 08-25-19 at 23:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    Proprietary mags? Who-doggy! You checked out the Extar? I have ran a couple hundred rounds through it. Glock mags!

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