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Why Pistol Caliber Carbines Have a Place

Pistol caliber carbines certainly are a divisive category of firearms. On one side of the fence you have their proponents who cherish them for a myriad of different (and valid) reasons, and on the opposing side you have the bunch who question their very existence. In this video we talk a little bit about why […] Read More … The post Why Pistol Caliber Carbines Have a Place appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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