Top 5 9mm Carbines Under $500

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July 19, 2021 / Comments (7)

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Are you on the hunt for the 9mm carbines in the market today? Check out this roundup on the best 9mm carbines you can get on a budget of $5oo or less.

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5 Best 9mm Carbines You Can Get On a Budget

1. Kel-Tec Sub 2000 Gen 2

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In addition to the numerous advantages of owning a PCC, this little gun can be completely folded, reducing its length by half. That automatically makes it much easier to conceal should you need to transport it.

That’s not all. The Kel-Tec Sub 2000 Gen 2 uses 9 mm Glock magazines which guarantees zero headaches whenever you need to get a new mag. What’s more, there are Kel-Tec Sub 2000 Gen 2 versions that accept Beretta, Smith & Wesson, and SIG magazines as well.

The Sub 2000 is also not short of praise for its reliability and accuracy, not to mention its unloaded weight of 4.25 pounds. There is practically nothing not to love about the Sub 2000, but the price of below $500 is the icing on top.


2. Hi-Point 995 TS

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At face value, the Hi-Point 995 TS, you might greatly resemblance the Sub-2000, but do not be fooled. It is an entirely different gun that comes with its advantages. While it cannot be folded like the Kel-Tec Sub 2000, you can get it for a better price of less than $300.

For most people, that is compelling enough for this gun. However, others may be tempted to doubt the performance of the Hi-Point 995 TS with such a price tag. In its defense, the 995 TS shoots straight and hits any target you might be aiming at. Also, it is quite reliable because of its simple blow-back system.

On the other hand, its 6.25 pounds weight will most likely pull you down a bit, but it will certainly lighten the recoil you feel. Moreover, with a 10- or 20-round magazine, you can rest assured that you will have no issue hitting a target even 100 yards away point-blank.

Note: Due to the low recoil, you can easily be tempted to pump too many rounds in succession into your target. This, therefore, emphasizes the need to keep your trigger finger under control.

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3. Ruger PC Carbine

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Ruger is renowned, which makes this pistol-caliber carbine even harder to avoid. What’s more, it is shockingly portable, accurate, and reliable. The Ruger PC Carbine also features an adapter that allows you to use Glock magazines if you like.

In addition to having an outstanding trigger, the carbine’s barrel comes prepared to accept suppressors. Furthermore, it can be further customized to suit your liking. Lastly, it comes with a competitive price, but due to the shortage encountered these days, it is priced a little over $500. However, this will most likely come down once the situation on the market stabilizes.

4. Palmetto State Armory 9 mm PX-9

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You will love the Palmetto State Armory 9mm PX-9 if you are into AR-15s as it looks like one. Besides
bringing you the rifle look, it takes Glock magazines.

The main advantages of the PX-9 are that if you can use an AR-15, the PX-9 is well within your range and style. Secondly, if you have Glock magazines, you can load your PX-9 and feed it if you have 9 mm ammunition.

Luckily for you, all these come in a reliable and accurate package that will not even cost you a dime over $500.

5. TNW Firearms Aero

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TNW Firearms Aero Survival Rifle is the 9mm carbine to go for if you are looking for a PCC you can use in a survival situation, especially if you do not mind paying a little over $ 500.

Keep in mind that there were some major issues with this 9mm carbine when it was first introduced if you are thinking of buying it second-hand. However, the failures to eject and feed have been rectified ever since. Therefore, choose a new rifle or one that is not so old.

With that out of the way, you can easily take this 9mm carbine apart, reducing its length and enhancing concealability when you need to transport it. Like most other 9mm carbines in this list, it accepts Glock magazines that you can have in a wide array of calibers, including .45 ACP, 10 mm, .40 Smith and Wesson, and .357 SIG. Provided you have all the needed whistles and bells to swap it from one caliber to another.

The TNW Firearm Aero allows more than enough room for customization to have it eject to your right or left and a top rail for you to attach various red dots and scopes. It also has the option of attaching a bipod.

Note: Since you can choose the ejection side, you can easily set a basket to catch the cartridges. This way, you do not have to look for them on the ground if you reload.

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There you go, gun enthusiasts. These are the best 9mm carbines you can get on a budget in the market today. Of course, some people may not see any sense in spending $500 on a pistol-caliber carbine. Still, given the many advantages, you are more likely to experience any of these 9mm carbines, it is certainly worth buying.

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7 Responses to :
Top 5 9mm Carbines Under $500

  1. Nate says:

    Damn that’s awesome

  2. Vincent says:

    I’m not very much in love with sub compacts.
    I prefer have Hitters! 5.56,7.62×39,300blackout, 7m.m. magnum, also 270,243,and
    Of course “50 cal.”! The granddaddy of all
    Fear! But that said. Your choice one shot,one kill! I do like the M.P.5. But there not under
    $500.00 O well. Desistions, Desistions,Desistion!🤔🙄😏🧐😱🤗

  3. Ron Sontag says:

    Too bad the photos do not match the product being described. Makes one think that the author does not know what he/she is talking about.

  4. Ray says:

    i own a Kel-Tec Sub 2000. It is a hoot to shoot!!! Would consider the Ruger next purchase.

  5. Gerald Soffin says:

    Love my pc9, but would like lighter stock!

  6. Ray Rau says:

    I own a Hi-Point 995 and love it. Great 9mm carbine and a hoot to shoot. Too bad that the photo shown is not the Hi-Point 995.

  7. John pickens says:

    I noticed the shells appeared to be 223 shells as opposed to 9 mm.

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