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  • Beretta-compatible Kel-Tech 2000?

    Has anyone tried one of these? I'm interested in a same-caliber companion for my Beretta 92FS. TIA

  • #2
    Don't think they make it yet. I wish they did and when they do I'll get one. I believe they only make them that use S&W and Glock mags.
    Britton.

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    • #3
      The SUB 2000 that uses Beretta mags IS on the market. Several of my distributers have them.

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      • #4
        3 dozen pics
        I sure like my glock-fed one. Just avoid the Scherer mags (pure crap)





        [ 29. November 2002, 09:33: Message edited by: postban ]

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        • #5
          Well, I do need to take back my previous post. I was at my local gun show on Saturday morning and saw a very nice Sub 2000 that took Beretta 92 mags. Well, the price was $349.00 and I talked the dealer down to $300.00 cash plus $15.00 tax. Not sure if that was a good deal or not, but after shooting it I am very happy. Only had a chance to run through 60 rounds of 115 grain JHP when I got home from the show, gun functioned flawlessly and there was no need to adjust the sights.
          Very happy, Britton.

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          • #6
            Does the cocking handle still reciporcate back and forth on these things? I'm thinking of getting one of these as my primary carry piece is a beretta. I also have access to several 20 rounders that will work in both.
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            • #7
              Beretta has their own carbine coming out. It's called the cx4 Storm. check it out here. http://www.berettausa.com/news/

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              • #8
                Nah... the Cx4 looks like a space-raygun and doesn't fold... not nearly the 'neato' factor of the keltech
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                • #9
                  The Kel-Tec (sub 2000) is far to difficult to service. Any work that reqires the reciever to be split is a pain. There are to many points that must be aligned when you reassemble them and the sear spring and safety detent are a pain in the a$$ on reassembly. I've never seen one that did'nt have a very heavy trigger pull. Their nice plinkers. I have one that takes the S&W 5900 series mags and it's dependable enough just far to difficult to completely strip and reassemble.

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