Century Arms Uc9 Uzi?

Discussion in 'Guns' started by CivilDefense, Jun 5, 2017.

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  1. CivilDefense

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    I'm not really in the market for yet another pistol caliber carbine (PCC), but I did see one of these at the local gunshop recently. It is basically a closed-bolt carbine version fo the famous Uzi. It has a 16" barrel, but I could easily SBR it to a proper length. That and once threaded, it could be made to hush-up via an AAC Ti-Rant 9.

    Anyone have experience with these? How do they run? I'm hesitant because, frankly, Century's track record isn't great, but there are good reviews online.

    Thanks!
     
  2. jeager

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    I use pistol calibers in pistols and rifle caliber in rifles.
    A personal and subjective choice.
    I can understand a real place for a pistol caliber carbine however.
    9 mm is much less expensive than 5.56 and 7.62 X 51.
     
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