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Ran across this while looking for a 9mm carbine.

AR style & similar controls, uses Glock mags with the option of others for pistol interoperability, and not outrageously priced ... http://www.justrightcarbines.com/

 

Anybody have any experience with these? I haven't seen any at any shows or shops, and was wondering if these are just so much vaporware?

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I have no experience with them, but I found their homepage layout interesting. Look at this one:

 

http://www.midwestsurvivalsupplies.com/

 

Since Just Right Carbines is located in New York, and the other in Springfield, Ohio I'm guessing there isn't a connection. I'm pretty sure for other reasons as well, but I won't go into that.

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Interesting comparison Doc. Looks like they were working from the same template, or just hired a lazy web designer who recycles designs.

 

Might have to give that LDB Company a call ... http://ldbsupply.com/ ... since they claim to be the distibutor.

And Dayton isn't that much of a drive from here.

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Mike Bellivue has a youtube video, shooting the .40 caliber. Looked interesting. I read one review that complained about the bolt not holding open when empty, and very difficult to field strip for cleaning.

 

Here's Mike's video:

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Looks like a solution looking for a problem to me.

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Ran across this while looking for a 9mm carbine.

AR style & similar controls, uses Glock mags with the option of others for pistol interoperability, and not outrageously priced ... http://www.justrightcarbines.com/

 

Anybody have any experience with these? I haven't seen any at any shows or shops, and was wondering if these are just so much vaporware?

 

 

Colt makes a 9mm version of it's AR. I've shot it and it's sweet!

 

:) Rye

 

 

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Looks like a solution looking for a problem to me.

 

I could probably convince myself that I have he appropriate problem.

or

I could use the argument that I've picked up a lot of 40 S&W range brass and I need something other than my CZ and Steyr to make smoke and noise.

 

 

Coffee

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Olympic Arms makes a series of carbines in 9mm, .40 S&W, 10mm and .45 ACP using modified Uzi mags. The list for $820 and can be found for $740 on-line. They use a standard AR lower. I keep trying to 'justify' a 10mm version for field work and zombies.

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