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glock45acp21 10-11-2009 23:10

.45 acp rifles
 
I have a few questions:

Does anyone know much if anything about Mech Tech System Inc.?

Does anyone know where to get just the Glock model 21 frame?

Is there any rifles ready to go that accept .45 acp glock model 21 magazines? I know that kel tec has the sub2000 in 9mm and .45acp, but I haven't found a rifle in .45 other than the Thompson.

M1A Shooter 10-11-2009 23:21

ruger made a camp rifle in 45. i have been looking into this as well. the Kriss Super-V is out now but is crazy expensive. it uses the G21 mags and has a mag extension for the G21 mags as well.

Jdog 10-12-2009 00:39

guy at the range today had a barretta carbine (cx storm?) in .45acp that looked pretty fun. He also had a G21. They didnt exchange mags... but at least they shot the same ammo.

M1A Shooter 10-12-2009 00:51

http://gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewIte...Item=143000260

glock45acp21 10-12-2009 18:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jdog (Post 13956643)
guy at the range today had a barretta carbine (cx storm?) in .45acp that looked pretty fun. He also had a G21. They didnt exchange mags... but at least they shot the same ammo.

I thought that Beretta only made the cx storm in 9mm and .40 cal? I have only seen those two. Did you ask any questions about it? I would like some more information on it.

M1A Shooter 10-12-2009 18:50

i looked up the beretta 45 online. it seems to be a decent gun. they also make the cx4 pistol in 45 as well so maybe they use interchangeable mags?

glock45acp21 10-14-2009 20:09

I saw a couple conversion kits for glocks and 1911s, I think the name of the company was something like meca.

volsbear 10-14-2009 20:15

You can still find used Marlin Camp Carbines on Gunbroker chambered in .45acp but they accept 1911 magazines.

Jdog 10-17-2009 15:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by glock45acp21 (Post 13961256)
I thought that Beretta only made the cx storm in 9mm and .40 cal? I have only seen those two. Did you ask any questions about it? I would like some more information on it.

sure,

here you go:
http://www.beretta.com/Pistols-Carbi...idc=206&id=852

glock45acp21 10-17-2009 23:45

Does anyone know much if anything about Mech Tech System Inc.?

Does anyone know where to get just the Glock model 21 frame?

Pierre! 10-18-2009 12:34

I have used a Mech Tech. It's on my long list of items to pickup. Pistol Calibers in a rifle are GREAT training tools! It seemed fine and worked okay. Could be better, but the owner wasn't what I would call a saavy firearms owner... I did not get a chance to tear it down and look at it, so I really can't comment on quality or maintenance - Seemed accurate enough!

On the G21 receiver - Just have to keep your eyes open in the For Sale forums. Haven't seen a .45 receiver in the past so you may be off to your local LE Glock FFL to order one up. That is one way to do just the receiver... you can always pick up a used or refurbed G21 for a decent price. That would probably make the most sense to me.

HTH

glock45acp21 10-18-2009 13:43

I am also looking for extended magazines (much like the 33 round mag for the 9mm)

bno762 10-18-2009 13:47

A little off topic but- I always wanted one of the enfields that were shortened and chambered for 45acp. Always thought that'd be a neat little gun.

M1A Shooter 10-18-2009 14:10

http://www.impactguns.com/store/ACMEG0800101.html

Kriss makes a mag extension for the G21 mags for their new Super-V. the extensions will also work in the G21 as is. the link above appears to be sold out. may have to look elsewhere

Jdog 10-18-2009 16:58

here's another nice .45 carbine you can get a non-glock high capacity mags for :)
http://www.auto-ordnance.com/imgs/mdtl_t1.jpg


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