The Kel Tec Sub 2000 and Ruger PC 9 are two of the most popular pistol-caliber-carbines. Let’s put the two guns to the test for a bugout gun showdown.
The pistol caliber carbine is becoming increasingly common. What makes the stand apart?
The Ruger PC Carbine isn't a new weapon, but it is a popular one. We had a minor issue getting it to take Glock magazines - read up on the simple solution.
Grand Power's Stribog SP9A1 may be a sleeper, but it's one of the best guns for the price (maybe just best guns in general) we've reviewed in a long time. We're just surprised there's no comma in the price tag.
Looking for the best value 9mm PCC? Check out what Garand Thumb says about the Stribog: about a third of the price of a B&T APC9, but not a cheap knockoff.
Glock drum mag + Ruger PCC = modern PPSh. Rig up a Pistol Caliber Carbine to look like a contemporary PPSh-41: here's how to do it.
Looking for a way to turn your AR-15 into a PCC that runs on Sig P320 mags? Check out this option.
The pistol caliber carbine doesn't have to be fancy to work. The Kel-Tec Sub 2000 is anything but fancy, and that's what makes it the perfect to toss into your truck.
Pistol caliber carbines are affordable, reliable, and easy to control. The increase in the platform's popularity means there are more options than ever for solid PCCs. Here are five that are holding their own.