That’s quite an optic you’re sporting on your Subby.
ahaha I admit the glasses did not hold the shock after 5 shots …
what is the differences on a french made Sub 2000 and a USA made one? what magazines does it use, and whats the limit on capacity? what came loose on the optic after 5 shots? Rail?
the only difference is that in France it is imported only in 9 mm … the magazines are those of the glock .the mine have a capacity of 17 shots but in armory they sell to the holders of sub 2000 or ruger pc carbine loaders of 30 shots … for my glasses after the first 5 shots in the 10 and 9 to 50 meters … totally disordered …
Nothing wrong with that. Not really knowing anything of the ammo situation outside of the US, I’m guessing 9mm is a more readily available round over there?
It’s funny, for my AR I don’t care for the 30 round magazines as much shooting at the range, but for the pistol caliber carbines the 30 rounders never seem to be big enough. The PCCs are just that much fun to shoot for me. Who knew plinking steel could turn into an addiction?
the caliber 40 sw not very used in France … otherwise yout xalibre are available in our country and then as I recharge the 9mm ca went to be
hello to all
last pieces mcarbo received 5 days usa for france bravo !!
rear folding sight
already go up
That’s what happens
Welcome to forum…mcarbo in France wow
Now Chris can officially use “Global” or “International” for MCARBO company advertising!