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Mic-Roni
« on: April 08, 2016, 01:47:55 pm »
There are some kits out there that can convert your handgun into an SBR (Short Barreled Rifle). This one has to be the coolest I have come across. I contacted the company, and they said it should be out within the next 90 days. I'm hoping it will be before the stupid new ATF law, but if not we are still planning to get a couple. I'm not sure how I missed this on the SHOW Show videos. Yes, this version does require a tax stamp, but they are making a model with an arm brace, keeping it a pistol.

It looks like they are only for the Glock pistols as of now.

First video I saw:


More info on how it works:


Website with specs:
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The MSRP on this is $225.  :clap The sight that is on it is really cool too. It doesn't come with the kit, and it retails for $650. I also gleaned that info from the email I sent to the company. If you are LEO/Military, they said it would be $600.




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    Re: Mic-Roni
    « Reply #1 on: April 08, 2016, 02:44:14 pm »
    That actually does look pretty cool.  Pity such things are regulated by the NFA. 

    They should make one for the Makarov and call it the Makaroni.  :rotfl
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    Re: Mic-Roni
    « Reply #2 on: April 08, 2016, 02:46:43 pm »
    That actually does look pretty cool.  Pity such things are regulated by the NFA. 

    They should make one for the Makarov and call it the Makaroni.  :rotfl

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    Re: Mic-Roni
    « Reply #3 on: April 09, 2016, 02:09:05 pm »
    A 9x18mm SBR with a supressor actually sounds really interesting.
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