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Editor’s Choice: Trailblazer Firearms Pivot

Trailblazer Firearms takes the pistol-caliber carbine (PCC) in a fresh direction with the Pivot model chambered in 9 mm Luger.

New For 2022: Trailblazer Firearms Pivot Rifle

Trailblazer Firearms releases the Pivot Rifle, an innovative pistol-caliber carbine that can fold for easy transport and storage.

New For 2022: B&T USA SPC9 Special Purpose Carbine

Brugger & Thomet USA introduced a new pistol-caliber carbine chambered in 9 mm, which features design cues from several different platforms into one: the SPC9 Special Purpose Carbine.

New For 2022: POF-USA Phoenix

Patriot Ordnance Factory announced the company's all-new 9 mm Luger Phoenix pistol for 2022, offering a great platform for plinking, competition and more.

Rifleman Review: Rock River Arms BT 9 R9 Competition

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "Rifleman Review" from 2020 to learn more about the Rock River Arms BT 9 R9 Competition carbine in 9 mm Luger.

Kel-Tec SUB2000: A Folding Pistol-Caliber Carbine

In the two decades since its initial release in 2001, the foldable Kel-Tec SUB2000 pistol-caliber carbine has proven to be a versatile and popular carbine with a wide range of magazine compatibility and affordable pricing to boot.

NRA Gun of the Week: Wilkinson Arms Linda 9 mm Carbine

For this week’s “Gun of the Week” preview, American Rifleman staff examine a pistol-caliber carbine from Wilkinson Arms.

Beretta Cx4 Storm: A Space-Age Pistol Caliber Carbine

Introduced in 2003 with similar controls to Beretta's full-size handguns, the Beretta Cx4 line of pistol-caliber carbines is offered in several different chamberings.

The Hi-Point 995: A Budget Friendly Pistol-Caliber Carbine

Since Hi-Point introduced its Model 995 carbine in the 1990s, the semi-automatic, pistol-caliber carbine is still in production today and maintains its popularity.

One Rifle, One Handgun, One Cartridge: The Modern PCC

Having a long gun that accepts the same cartridge as your handgun has made good sense for 150 years, but some of today’s modern pistol-caliber carbines take the idea a step further by sharing the same magazine.

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