The Kel-Tec Sub 2000 dispenses with all of the problems of the semi-automatic SMG, and it is a neat trick compared to the best of the competing 9mm carbines. The SUB 2000 isn’t heavy, it has a usable trigger, and it is a feathery-light firearm that handles quickly. While all that is good and well, read the full story to learn why the author recommends it for home defense.
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The CTD staff has compiled dozens of how-to articles over the years, covering purchases, tactics, storage, and many other topics. But a handful of stories has piqued the community’s interest. Click below to check out our top-10 most-read technique items from the archives.
The unusual KelTec Sub2000 is more conventional than it appears. Read this post about customizing this carbine.