In a home defense scenario, you need the upper hand and that’s exactly what this variation of the SUB2000 offers. When paired with a light and optic, it’s the recipe for success should that bump in the night be an uninvited bad guy.
By this point, you might be wondering how to fold this thing with an optic in place. The answer? It features a rotating barrel shroud. Simply pull up on the locking tab and rotate the hand guard 90 degrees, then fold the gun just like a standard SUB2000.
The barrel and suppressor are one unit, made in-house. The baffles are shrouded by a rotating hand guard and locked in by a removable end cap. This design allows for easy and thorough cleaning and reassembly.
Anyone that has had the displeasure of applying for a tax stamp will tell you it feels like theft. The SUB CQB has 4.25 inches of rifling in a 16 inch baffled barrel, therefore Uncle Sam is only gettin’ 200 bucks this time… this is not a short-barrel rifle. You get carbine and cleanable suppressor right out of the box all at a low MSRP.