I gots another question. Since the lower receiver counts as the actual gun (I think), if legislation where to pass banning assault weapons and I already had a lower or two, would I be able to buy the other necessary parts to complete the gun, or would some legal stuff stand in my way?
When CA passed their "Bigger and Better" AWB (CA SB23, 1999) anything that was previously legally purchased after '89 Roberti-Roos AWB but before CA SB23 was grandfather in... provided you went to CA DOJ and registered it. Don't be surprised if this is the model everyone will look to, because it apparently "works"
I went to Cabela's last week (which I hate due to commercial BS and super high prices) just to browse and I asked the guy at the gun counter if they have any Kel Tec Sub 2000's. The guy goes "we don't carry anything like that".
The next day I went to the local gun store that has AR's out the *** and supressors galore, and I said, "do you guys have any Kel Tec Sub 2000's?" The guy says, "not in stock, but we can order one in for ya." I'm like, "I'm not sure how serious I am about buying one, I just wanted to see one and look it over." The guy goes, "If you want one, we can put you on the list, but there's about 30 people on the list right now."
What gives? Are they that high of demand? It seems like a cheap POS of a gun to me...
Nice. I'm running the 16" BCM BFH upper on my one AR. It's got about 100 rounds through it just to confirm function. It's a bit heavier than I'd like... I'd straight trade it for one of their 16" lightweights if anyone wanted to trade up.