Skip to comments.Top 9mm Carbines
Posted on 02/04/2019 6:51:57 AM PST by w1n1
We're gonna be talking about Top 5 9mm carbines; and I realize some of the gun here on the table aren't carbines yet, one of ems technically a pistol, however, these are kind of candidates that would make a good carbine, a good suppressor hose, possibly a good SBR host, so we're trying to cover kind of a wide gamut of different 9mm carbines.
Pistol caliber carbines are a lot of fun to play around with, theyre awesome to suppress, they are very handy, they're great for personal defense, great for getting out in the yard and plinking.
I cast my own bullets, so you can grab a lee cavity gang mold, and if you got a user-serviceable suppressor, you can grab your 147-grain bullets, load em up, get out and grab somethin' light, have some cheap fun.
The Kel-tec's probably one of the first 9mm carbine-type rifles or carbine, however you want to look at it, the first carbine I ever really had access to in any kind of number or any amount of time. This one is equipped with a Red Lion rail. Of course, this rotates out of the way and allows it to be folded, so if you want to run a red dot or something you can do so.
CZ has a new version of this particular gun that is threaded half-by-28 for American-type muzzle devices. This one has some weird 18mm device on the end, which you would think that they would have known better, but the newer versions do have the half-by-28 muzzle adapter on it to be able to use your suppressors and things like that.
Zenith Z-5P SBR
Has a B&T folding stock, which, Im a really big fan of B&T, they make awesome stuff, not so much in the civillian world so much right now, but they are trying to branch off more into the civillian market, the only minor detriment to running something like this MP-5 is the lack of Magazine compatibility with an actual handgun. Read the rest of 9mm carbines.
Roger PC9!!! The new model should be top on any list. Especially a list with Keltec.
Is that the Ruger PC9? I like it can take Glock mags.
I have a hi-point 9mm carbine which has been a pleasant surprise. Kind of feels like handling a light weight Thompson sub-machine gun. The down side is the limited magazine capacity.
I am considering a Beretta CX4 storm or the like.
Never really considered a hi-point. Looks awkward to me.
Marlin 9 is tops.
Damn shame this is not made anymore...Marlin Camp 9 Carbine. There was a .45 model too.
I got a PC9 just before Ruger discontinued them. Love it and the stock by itself (heavy) is a lethal weapon.
” Beretta CX4 storm”
Finest of the bunch and didn’t even make the list.
I have one of these with 50rd glock drum mags. So fun!
That Scorpion is black and scary-looking! Ban it!
Was the Uzi categorized as a carbine?
His neighbors are more tolerant than mine.
This guy wouldn't know, and if he did he never hangs around after he dumps his blog post here.
Love my CX4 Storm. Fun to shoot, accurate, easy to break down and clean, always turns heads at the range.
I like the Ruger PC-4 and the Ruger P94 combination. same mags for both, and it’s .40 to boot.
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