I looked at the Kel tec and it looks awkward, how is it to shoot?They're fun for sure. But I bought a Kel Tec Sub 2000 instead though, and am happy that I did.
It's basically the same design as a Hi Point PCC - blowback action, plastic clamshell stock, etc - but it's 2 or 3 pounds lighter. Takes hi-cap Glock mags too, which may be a benefit for your matches.
I looked at the Kel tec and it looks awkward, how is it to shoot?
Totally agree, my 1095TS - 10mm carbine has worked perfectly for over 2K rd’s. It’s heavy and not much to look at, but man does it runThe only people that say Hi Point carbines are bad are the haters that only parrot what they hear online. I have yet to run across a Hi Point carbine that does NOT function reliably. Yes they are ugly and heavy but they always work and have a no questions asked warranty if you do have a problem.
I've owned my Hi Point 4095 (40 S&W) carbine since 2006 and it has been extremely reliable and accurate.
The problem with the Ruger PCC is that it has a flimsy barrel liner.
If anyone thinkin of the keltec sub2k check out mcarbo.com they have all the parts to make a semi fun range toy into a reliable work horse. Also they have a scope mount that fold over to allow the sub2k to still be able to fold. I had a hi point 9mm carbine i regret trading off and thats how i ended up with my keltec sub2k. Keltec and mcarbo teamed up to make the m-series sub2000 and you can get it with all the upgraded parts allready installed. They was just starting to make upgraded parts for it when i got mine so i bought piece by piece and installed them as the parts came out. If i had to do it again today i would have bought the m-series. A company called redlion also makes a rotating fromt end for the keltec so you can mount scopes and such and twist to side so gun will still fold up. As for hipoints there is so much hate for them on most forums. Yeah there not winning beauty pagents but the damn things run and run well. Im a huge fan of the hipoint. My jhp45 pistol has several thousand rounds threw her and has never gave me the first problem.Picked up a SUB2000. Have yet to shoot it. Will likely install a RED DOT even thought that would preclude folding the thing into its nice little storage size.
Hey Mick, the PC Carbine’s barrel is one piece.The problem with the Ruger PCC is that it has a flimsy barrel liner.