the jr 45 carbine??
JR Carbine Products:wow:
anybody had a chance to shoot one of these?
they look sort of interesting. it would be interesting to have a carbine that used the same mags and your sidearm--
i just don't know if it is 6 bills interesting though--LOL:hatprop:
Didn't get to shoot one but got to handle one of the 9mm models at the shop I go to, it seemed well made and felt solid.
But like you mentioned the price is a little iffy
I like that... love the .45...
Now if I can just remember where the hell I buried that damn cash.. :)
Thats why I bought that Hi-Point .45 carbine-shoots the same ammo. I don't own ANY Glock-is that Mod 21 mag a double stacker?
the got .40s, and 45acp versions.
they use various mags like glock and 1911s i am thinking.
you can about build a 9mm ar-15, lower and all from JSE for what they retail for.
but the 45 is interesting. i may have to revive my defunct 45 ar-15 project --if i can figure out a way to use 1911 mags--LOL
the 21 is a double stack -- i don' t thing glock single stacks anything--
That glock mag is a double stack with a 13 round capacity. They are good mags. The outside is plastic but the inside is some kinda stainless. They are built to last.
This is a great concept for a rifle.
The Camp Carbine by Marlin is also a good little rifle. It takes 1911 mags but it wont work with the Mec-gar brand.
I looked at one at a local shop. Look at one and find the ejector, if you can? You won't.
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It would be nice if they came out with an AR in a good .45 set-up..
Only problem I see is the weight of the ammo..
gwailo.. Sorry I do not understand about no ejector?
How would it work.
i sort of think building a pistol cal ar-15 from a 0% forging would be the way to go.
then you could just machine the lower to accept the mags you plan to run.
a gas operated 45 ar-15 could be very light and would not need the heavy blow-back parts.