Not an Operator.

My friend isn’t Army, Marines or special operations ninja. Instead of a short-barreled MP5, a Sub2000 has to suffice. It works.

Keltec weapon light on a rail forend, 50 round drum that actually functions, red dot sight, extended charging handle, GG&G adapter for single point sling, vertical foregrip. If 50 rounds feels like too much, 33rd and 17rd stick magazines also work.

Keltec light is small, bright and very simple in use. It does one thing — very well.

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10 Responses to Not an Operator.

  1. sean says:

    Can you fold it with the dot? That seems to be the main advatage of the Kel Tec. It’s compact size,and ease of carry and concealment. If you can’t fold it, you might as well just buy a full sized carbine. Although the SUB-2000 is a lot of fun…that counts for a lot.

    • Eric says:

      The rail on there is sold by another company and, yes, you can fold it in half with an optic mounted. The rail system allows it to be twisted to the side to allow the gun to fold in half.

  2. Erin Palette says:

    The Red Lion rail system is rotatable, but the rails that Kel-Tec makes aren’t, and those are the ones on that carbine. Fortunately, the red dot is on a quick-detach mount.

    Source: That’s my carbine.

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  4. T says:

    This is an outstanding weapon. Extremely accurate, light, concealable and natural point of aim. One issue that is a rampant issue with most 9mm versions is an almost consistent last round stove pipe regardless of bullet weight or power factor.

    • McThag says:

      Wasn’t the stovepiping in the 9mm versions traced to a single version and that was because the magazines weren’t sitting right?

      • T says:

        Not aware of that – can you expand on what single version? The problems I’m referring to are with the Glock 9mm versions. This is a well known issue on various sites. Some report no issues, some report issues taking 1-2k of “breakin”, some never overcome the issue. Unlucky me mine (purchased March 2014) still has the issue after 1k. Some have gone so far to remove coils from the recoil spring. Most agree the issue is that the .40 cal and 9mm use the same recoil spring. Thus, the stronger spring causing short stroking on the 9mm rounds (I do notice a slight improvement with high pressure loads – but will still occur). That is the only issue (although annoying) that would keep me from “depending” upon the rifle. Otherwise, as mentioned it is a truly outstanding weapon.

  5. Erin Palette says:

    I guess I’m lucky in that I got one that doesn’t do that.

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  7. JoeS says:

    Every time I look at a S2k I’m reminded of the silks purse, sows ear homily. But then the High Point Arms Carbine gets a similar response. Tricked out or tarted up as the case may be people either love them or hate them. The S2k’s plastic feel and appearance is offsetting but the carbine is functional. It also has a cult following much like the HPA carbine, which is why I’ve mentioned both here. Regardless, to each their own and much happiness, I’ve been unable to motivate myself into purchasing either. The trade off of course is if either were cosmetically or better esthetically built to suit my preferences I’d never be able to afford either of them.

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