Everyone remembers the old M10 and M11 submachineguns, but has anyone ever considered buying a newer MPA .45 ACP Carbine? With all the "rediscovery" of pistol caliber Carbines, the MPA .45 ACP Carbine should be well received. With a 16 inch barrel and a 3.3 pound trigger pull (similar to that of a Glock) you can shoot as accurately as a Thompson Carbine for a MSRP of $810.00 (I saw it for a little more than $600.00 on Impact Guns). The 165 grain Pow-R-Ball ammunition shoots extremely well from this 16" barrel. Low recoil and accuracy should prove a lot of fun in the field (a proven hog killer) at reasonable ranges. It would also make for a good Home Defense carbine. For the price the MPA Carbine will likely be a good value for the dollar. What do you think?