Originally Posted by nuhler
Yea i know i just worry about the fit and finish i know in other models they are kinda rought. I have heard some guys actually have to file down flaws from the factory when the gun came out of the mold.
Also the sub2000 does not shoot steel cased ammo. But most of the guys that have it say they do like it and for the price its not bad at all for a pretty cool gun. Like $300- $350.
This is incorrect. You can shoot steel cased ammo all day long in the Sub2000.
What you DON'T
want to shoot is Aluminum cased ammo
. This is because the design is a non-locking blowback and you risk case ruptures with aluminum cased ammo.
I do like the gun although I had to run 1500 rounds of 147 grain through it before it would reliably feed 115 grain target loads. I also took some 2000 grit sandpaper and very lightly
sanded the bolt to smooth it out some.
It IS ugly, but it is an inexpensive and fun gun to shoot.