Just Right Carbines

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posted on January 17, 2013
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Just Right Carbines is known for its AR-style rifle and its ability to accept Glock magazines—and now the company has expanded its reach to another popular magazine style: the 1911. The latest version of the JR Carbine rifle is designed to accept single-stack 1911 magazines, making it a great plinking or home defense platform for those that already have plenty of 1911 mags in their collection.

The company has also released a new line of camouflage printed finish options, which can be seen in the image above.

Specifications:

• 9 mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP calibers
• Accepts Glock Magazines
• Overall length 33.5" extended (30.25" collapsed)
• Overall weight: 6.5 lbs.
• Accepts standard AR-15 accessories
• 100 percent American made
• California Models Available
• Ultra-low recoil
• Free-floating quadrail fore-end accepts any AR fore-end
• Telescoping 6 position buttstock

 

The designer of the carbines offers a complete breakdown in the video below:

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