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Kel Tec Sub 2000 with pics

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by sarduy, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. sarduy

    sarduy Well-Known Member

    Kel Tec Sub 2000

    Hello friends!


    I got this baby last week alone with a Hi-Point Carbine but i have't had the chance to post pics or a review untill now. It come with a standard 10 rounds magazine (glock version) but you can use the 17 or 32 rounds magazine from Glock pistol.




  2. Gunther

    Gunther Well-Known Member

    Just out of sick curiosity what did it cost? One sold here in PA couple weeks ago for $600+. I wouldnt mind getting one but not for those prices,:what:
  3. Phydeaux642

    Phydeaux642 Well-Known Member

    Wow! I paid $349 for mine less than two years ago.
  4. lipadj46

    lipadj46 Well-Known Member

    Very nice.
  5. sarduy

    sarduy Well-Known Member

    i got it for $309 plus tax, shipping and transfer.
  6. martinc64

    martinc64 Well-Known Member

    Always found them interesting and have come pretty close to buying one a couple of times, myself.

    Someday maybe.

    Congratulations on the acquisition and I hope you enjoy it.
  7. sarduy

    sarduy Well-Known Member

    if everything does as plan, i'll have a range report next thrusday and i'll do a hi-point vs sub 2000 review
  8. Gelgoog

    Gelgoog Well-Known Member

    I think their ok for a truck gun, but IMO they are to lightly built to take much abuse. That being said they represent a good gap in the carbine market, not sure why anyone else hasnt stepped up to the plate since. If I had to spend $600 on a carbine, it would either be a Marlin camp 9 or a Ruger PC-9.
  9. browningguy

    browningguy Well-Known Member

    Mine was $299 a few years ago when they came out, and well worth the money. I can carry it folded with 4 x 33 round mags in a standard briefcase, and still have room for a sandwich. Mine is accurate enough to shoot at 50 yards, but I just can't use those sights at 100, and not a single malfunction in several hundred rounds.
  10. sarduy

    sarduy Well-Known Member

    what's the max range of a 9mm out of those guns?
  11. Anyname

    Anyname Well-Known Member

    I wouldn't consider the Sub 2000 to be especially lightly built. The sights are none too strong, but the mechanism seems pretty simple and rugged. The strong point is concealability, the worst thing about mine is that it is the dirtiest firearm I have ever fired. Kel-Tec's laser sight is worthless, it's too bad their isn't some way to attach a red dot sight.
  12. helz_mcfugly

    helz_mcfugly Well-Known Member

    I almost bought one of these just because it was like $300, darn good deal but I passed because it had that BB gun feel and Im not a big fan of keltek. Im sure youll enjoy yours. different strokes for different folks.
  13. wnycollector

    wnycollector Well-Known Member

    I was skeptical the first time a shot a 9mm sub2k a few years ago...but I was very plesantly suprised at the accuracy. I picked up a very lightly used .40 S&W/Glock 22 mag version last fall for $400 otd including 3 15 round mags and 4 10 rounders (2 still in the package!). Mine is super accurate. I can hit a 6" metal plate target at 50 yards all day long shooting off a bench bag.
  14. spyder1911

    spyder1911 Well-Known Member

    I don't have one of these, but I hear that the 9mm is pretty flat out to 100 yards.
  15. gunmaker2872

    gunmaker2872 Well-Known Member

    nice gun, here's mine

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