Kel-Tec SUB-2000

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posted on January 14, 2014
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It's safe to say that Kel-Tec is not a typical firearm manufacturer. Although it's a relatively small company in regard to its production volume, Kel-Tec has a catalog of products demonstrating innovative gun design and creative problem solving. For example, Kel-Tec recently garnered all kinds of attention with its unusual dual-magazine bullpup KSG shotgun. In 2001, it released an update to its blow-back operated folding pistol-caliber carbine, the SUB 9, and called it the SUB 2000. Available in 9 mm or .40 S&W, this rifle is unlike anything else on the market-and did we mention that it can fold in half?

To learn more about the SUB-2000, check out the video embedded below.

Technical Specifications:

Action: Blow-back operated semi-auto

Caliber: 9 mm

Finish: Matte black

Grip & Forend: Black polymer

Rear Sight: Folding aperture,

Sights: Adjustable fluorescent blade with circular hood

Barrel Length: 16.1”

Overall Length Open: 29.5”

Overall Length Folded: 16”

Weight Unloaded: 4 lbs.

Magazine Type: Glock G17

Twist: 1:16” RH

Rifle Grooves: 6

Suggested Retail Price: $409

For more information, go to KelTecWeapons.com.

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