Review: Sig Sauer ACP Turns Semi-Auto Handguns into Carbines
The ACP is "universal," and therefore accepts the most popular brands of railed semi-automatic handguns--not just Sig Sauers.
The ACP comes in three configurations: Standard ($279), Enhanced ($399), and Law Enforcement ($399).
The standard model is the ACP by itself; the "Enhanced" gets you the ACP plus a Sig Sauer red-dot scope and a sling; and the law enforcement credentials is the ACP with a folding stock that turns the carbine into a weapon that requires law enforcement clearance or a federal stamp for ownership.
Breitbart News reviewed the "Enhanced" version. We inserted a Sig Sauer 2022 9mm into the ACP with no problem--the ACP comes with clear instructions. With the pistol locked into place we then racked the charge handle on ACP which simultaneously chambered a round in the gun--from there shooting was elementary.
The only difficult aspect with the ACP was sighting in the red dot scope, but that could be a reflection on my lackluster sighting skills.
The ACP feels "meaty" in a shooter's hands, and it provides leverage for the shooter to steady his or her shots.
The ACP has "M1913 rails at the 3, 6, and 9 o'clock positions, with a full length rail at the 12 o'clock position." This makes it easy to compliment the red dot scope with a flashlight and/or laser.
The ACP is not option for those seeking a handgun. Rather, it is option for those who already have a handgun and would like a carbine as well.
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