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    Looking for input on Sub 2000 Keltec in .40

    I shot CT's Sub 2000 Keltec rifle in South Dakota and really liked it. It was a 9mm, very accurate and reliable...AND it folds (very easily), which is awesome and a folding rifle would be a first for me. Since I already have a Hi Point carbine in 9mm, I was glad to see the sub 2000 is offered in .40 SW, as well.

    But I don't know if the .40 is as reliable cycling as the 9mm. I'd like the .40, but not if it has cycling problems..even minor ones. I generally have more cycling issues with .40 than 9mm in handguns, though I do have several .40's with no cycling issues or strict ammo preferences. Does anyone have a .40 Sub 2000 Keltec? Any cycling issues or other problems? Haven't heard of any problems in the one or two reviews I looked at, but wanted to check here. I may end up getting the 9mm like CT's.

    For some reason, the .40 versions are also less money at Bud's than the 9mm's.

    Oh, and CT's charging lever was rather hard to work, but he said he hadn't cleaned the gun. How smooth and easy is chambering a round on your guns? Thanks!
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    They cycle fine. I wouldn't get it in 40, though, because the ammo is much more expensive. You'd burn up the initial savings in your first couple of range trips.

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    Somebody cover Texheim's eyes before he sees this thread.

    I don't shoot mine often, but no issues that I can recall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrus7 View Post
    Somebody cover Texheim's eyes before he sees this thread.

    I don't shoot mine often, but no issues that I can recall.
    Yeah, but you are talking about a guy that tears up water coolers, runs vehicles out of gas, and I don't know EVERYTHING about the deal he blames on his Dad.
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    The sub2K mod 2 is pretty good. But it is much better with the MCARBO upgrades. Search for mcarbo on the web, it is a veteran run business. KelTec thought so highly of his designs that they are now partnering up to release Mcarbo versions of the sub2K.
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