All Things SUB-2000!
Any one know of a source for the KelTec Sub2000 Gen2 using Sig P226 magazines? I know they are supposed to be made, and I have even seen them advertised, but I have never found them available, or received a followup to a “notify me when in stock” message. I know that the S2K version for other than Glock is “Universal” but don’t want to pay for gear for an other configuration, then discard part of it!
All Things SUB-2000!
@PNWPhil Kel-Tec sells the Sig 226 mag catch to be used with the Multi-mag versions for only $12.50. Is that a deal breaker?
The way i understand it Kel-Tec offers glock and multimag versions. The Sig 226 falls in the multimag version. Heres an Mcarbo link that may help explain it.
I understand the basic difference. But you don’t buy a generic “multi mag” S2K. You buy a S&W or Beretta, etc variant that comes with that manufacturer’s magazine (or a pmag version). So then you throw away (or sell, but always at a loss) the mag you don’t want; spend money on a new mag and wait for it; and spend your money/time on a conversion kit & installing it; and end up in a different warranty situation with a user modified weapon. I don’t want one enough to go thru that delay, cost & effort instead of getting a manufacturer model configured the way I want it, ready to use immediately, and fully warranted. To each their own… the suggested alternatives are just not my thing.
I understand what you are saying. I had the same problem finding the Glock 17 model. Took me almost a year before i found it. I guess the only other alternative is to go to your local gun store and order the multimag model with the sig 226 mag catch already installed.
Have your FFL order one. But understand Kel Tec does not reclassify your warranty status. If warranty is a concern, it should not be. Any multimag plus the mag $12.50 mag catch gets you the same warranty you had pre mag catch.
I was never able to find one either, so I bought the Berreta version and the Sig mag catch.
I already had a ton of Sig mags, that’s the reason I wanted the Sig version.
I really don’t mind having a Berreta mag and mag catch in my spare parts bin.
May actually get a 92 at some point in my life, probably not, but who knows.
The mag catch was not expensive and very easy to install.
I found a multi mag s2k at my local gun show… they are out there. Then just bought the sig mag catch.