KelTec SUB2000 Review: Know When to Fold ‘Em

The KelTec SUB 2000 is undoubtedly one of the most interesting PCCs ever built. Pistol caliber carbines have come and gone in popularity, but the SUB-2000 has remained popular and produced for over two decades.

Why? It scores high in the basics of being a good gun. It’s reliable, easy to use, and accurate. Beyond the basics, it’s affordable, uses standard pistol magazines, and folds in half.

Yep, this gun has a lot going on. Today we are reviewing the second generation of KelTec SUB 2000 that uses Glock magazines and is in 9mm. The gun comes in various configurations, and specificity is deserved.

By Travis Pike

Travis Pike is a Marine infantry veteran, firearms enthusiast, and NRA-certified instructor. He's a lifelong shooter who just happened to be mediocre enough with a gun and a keyboard to combine the two and write. He teaches concealed carry courses and enjoys spending time in Florida's Nature Coast.

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