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cclaxton
11-22-2016, 11:36 AM
I have been doing research on 9mm carbines legal in Maryland. This is not legal advice, this is my own person research. Verify your firearms are legal yourself. I have decided to purchase a ATI AR 9mm Carbine. I picked one up for about $730. It uses Glock mags. As I get more information I will update this. There is also a trigger upgrade for the Keltec, but haven't figured out the price yet. I wrote Masterpiece to ask if they can build one with a collapsible stock, which would make it legal, but haven't heard back an answer. The guy from JP is in the process of getting approval for a compliant GMR-13. If anyone has further information, I will update here. Costs are estimated and rounded.
Cody



Mfr
Model
WEIGHT
Length
Stock
Mags
Barrel
System
MD Legal
Cost
Upgrades


Beretta
CX4
5.67lbs
29.7
Fixed/Inserts
Beretta 10-15
16.6
Blowback
Yes
750
Trigger/Spring


Sig
MPX
7.6lbs
33
Collapsable
Lancer 30
16
Gas
Yes
1600
Not necessary


CZ
Scorpion EVO 3 S1
7lbs
34.75
Folding
CZ 20
16.25
Blowback
Yes
950



Kriss
Vector Carbine
7.8lbs
39
Collapsable
Glock 17
16
Blowback
Yes
1300



Just Right
Carbine
6.5lbs
33
Collapsable
Glock 17
17
Blowback
Yes




High Point
995-TS
6.25lbs
31
Folding
Hipoint 10 rnd
16.5
Blowback
Yes
300



American Tactical
AT-15 9mm
6.25
36
Collapsable
Glock
16
Blowback
Yes
800



Keltec
Sub 2000
4.25lbs
30
Collapsable
Glock, more
16.25
Blowback
Yes




Olympic Arms
K9-GL
6.86lbs
31
Collapsable
Glock
16
Gas
Likely
950



Rock River ARms
LAR 9
7.1lbs
36
Collapsable
?
16
Gas
Yes
1235



Masterpiece Arms
MPA9300DMG




16.1

Not Likely




JP
GMR-13





Blowback
Certain Config
1160



IWI Tavor
B17-9
7.9lbs
26
Fixed/Inserts
Colt Style
17
Blowback
No-Too Short
1750



Tavor
9mm Conversion
7.9lbs
N/A
N/A
Colt Style
N/A
Blowback
DEPENDS

















CZ
Scorpion EVO 3

Not allowed in IDPA as PCC gun




Legal




Kriss
Vector SBR

Not allowed in IDPA as PCC gun

Jim Watson
11-22-2016, 12:03 PM
The Kriss CBR 16" ought to pass IDPA, if legal in that jurisdiction. And you could saw it off to 10" if you just had to have a SBR.

cclaxton
11-22-2016, 12:24 PM
The Kriss CBR 16" ought to pass IDPA, if legal in that jurisdiction. And you could saw it off to 10" if you just had to have a SBR.
Is that different than the Kriss Vector Carbine?...I show that as legal and ok for IDPA.
Also, for MD the carbine must be at least 29" overall with stock extended full and without the comp or with a permanent comp.
The SBR's may be legal...I just didn't look into those. We are getting into a grey area here where the MD laws and IDPA start to intersect.
At what point does a SBR become a pistol?...and then it has to fit the box? See what I mean?
Cody