Monday, January 9, 2012

SIG Sauer ACP :: Adaptive Carbine Platform

This looks pretty awesome. Some of you might be saying, "It's been done before..." Yes, it has. CAA Tactical's RONI comes to mind. ENDO Tactical has a similar product that allows for the attachment of an AR stock to your Glock.

-=*UPDATE*=- SIG Sauer ACP (Adaptive Carbine Platform) Prices Released!
What makes the SIG ACP appealing to me is that it comes in a two different styles. One is plug and play and the other requires NFA paperwork (adds a butt stock converting pistol to SBR). The other game changer is that the ACP is not brand specific. It will accept ANY full size handgun with a rail! Very Cool, hopefully we will see more at Shot Show 2012.

I've been wanting a 9mm carbine super bad anyways and have a Smith & Wesson M&P Pro laying around somewhere...

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  1. That looks like fun.

  2. Looks cool, but for civilians who don't want to dance through the NFA hoops, all it does is turn our pistols into bigger pistols with more rails and a sling.

    Don't know what the MSRP on it is, but it's from Sig so I'm guessing it won't be cheap.

    Still waiting on an affordable (under $600) pistol-caliber carbine from someone other than Kel-Tec.

  3. No word on price yet, but I'm willing to guess in the $500-$600 range.

  4. Do they have a letter from the BATFE indicating that "hand stop" is not a vertical forward grip? Certainly would not want to end up unintentionally manufacturing an AOW, and falling afoul of those rules either (or by sliding an actual VFG onto that front rail cluster, for that matter).

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