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    Sub 2000

    Does anyone have the sub 2000??

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    I've got one in 9mm that takes Glock magazines, what would you like to know?

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    I have the Sub 2000 in .40. Mine is gripped for the Beretta 96 magazines. I also recently purchased the SU-16C and the PLR-16.

    Sub2000 center, between Beretta CX4 Storm(left), and Hi-Point 4095(right)...

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    SU-16C

    My SU-16C with AR-15 flash hider installed...

    PLR-16
    Last edited by Shipwreck; 06-29-2006 at 08:18 AM.

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    Me thinks U like carbines and Keltecs :-D

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    You thinks correctly! But then, I like so many other makers and types too that it would take a half hour to type my "wishlist". 8)

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    I think the Storm is a nice carbine. Maybe one day I can get one :P

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    I was thinking of getting one as a camping gun. I dont know if I want to spend the money! How do you like it?

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    Gunut, I really like the CX4 Storm-what's not to like? But, if I were going to get something to use as a "camping gun" I would feel just as good, maybe better in some ways, about using the Hi-Point 4095, or the 995. They are much less expensive, (about a third the cost), and very rugged, tough and reliable. I also wouldn't worry as much about it getting banged around or scratched, as I would with the more expensive CX4 Storm investment. Although I'm sure that the CX4 is tough and would take at least as much punishment, I might hesitate to use it as roughly. With accessories I have about $1200 in my CX4. With the Hi-Point, if I banged it up, it has a lifetime warranty. If it was stolen, it wouldn't be as substantial a loss, and it would be easier to replace. I have $185 in the Hi-Point 4095. And it is very close in power/accuracy IMO. 8)

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