9mm carbine.. UZI or sub2K??

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  1. ShelbyT

    ShelbyT
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    Which would you rather have and why...

    Both break down to small sizes and can be made into fighting configuration in similar amounts of time assuming you just took the barrel off the uzi.

    which should I have as a backpack rifle?
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  2. coctailer

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    Didn't you just buy an UZI?

    Bored already?:laugh:
     
  3. ShelbyT

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    just trying to spread the uzi fever!!!!!!!!!

    and wondering if I need a sub2k
     
  4. jakk586

    jakk586
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    recently i found myself in "need" of a 9mm carbine. somehow this came home with me.
     
  5. sprice37

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    I love my CX4 storm. Mainly because I wanted it the first time i saw it, but I think it is better for CQ situations then an AR in 223.
     
  6. Phonelesscord

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    I cant recommend the Sub2k enough. Shares 33rd mags with my glock. Nuff said!
     
  7. sweetbeard

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    100% uzi

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  8. Reco

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    why go 9mm when ay can go BIG!1

    BAz45 45 APC ftw!
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    :thumbup::D
     
  9. ch139

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    I'd go with the Hi-Point myself, they're really sweet.
     
  10. judicator

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    My two cents: The Sub2K is half the weight of an Uzi, assuming the Uzi is a full-size, not a mini or micro. IMHO, the sub2K is a better backpack gun for that reason alone.

    I own both, enjoy shooting both, but I'm partial to the Kel-Tec's sights and trigger. Not to mention the Kel-Tec's stock is much more comfortable to get a cheekweld.
     
  11. NoAim

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    Backpack gun...in a place with things bigger than people.

    Easy answer.

    Marlin 1895 takedown in 45.70 or a Browning BLR.

    Takedown Lever Actions
     
  12. jordanvraptor

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    I like the Uzi as a historical collectors piece. For actual use as a weapon I would choose the CX4 or a MechTech upper for a Glock.
    If the choice was strictly Uzi or Sub2k, then I would go with the Uzi for proven dependability and durability.
     
  13. Karma

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    I love the sub2k. Lightweight, compact, accurate, and have yet to have any kind of failure. It is a nice little gun that fit's in almost any pack easily. As mentioned, it shares mags with my favorite backup weapons. lol
     
  14. jordanvraptor

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    Recommended by cyborgs from the future...

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  15. deen_ad

    deen_ad
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    or shot a UZI, but I have had a sub2000. Sold it a few years ago, now I have KelTek SU-16C, .223 or 5.56 folder. I'll take the SU-16C over the sub2000 any time.

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