Yankeefriend sent in a link to Just Right Carbines. Now, the first thing I notice is that there's no obvious product pictures. There's a video, narrated by one of the JR Carbine guys with a thick NY accent (made me think of Glenn B., actually), but they don't have any pictures that I can see. From a marketing standpoint, it's very odd that they don't have a handful of "glamor shots" so that you can clearly see what the firearm looks like.
The concept is interesting, particularly the model that takes 1911 magazines. Obviously, the first thought is of the Marlin Camp Carbine - only this rifle is compatible with AR-15 parts (stocks, triggers, etc.) and has a full picatinny rail on top of the receiver for optics and such. Gee, a polymer pistol caliber carbine that takes common handgun magazines? If only such an animal existed...
Nits aside, I'm curious as all get-out over the 1911-compatible version. Wonder if the boys over in NY might have a ban-compliant model for their brothers in MA to check out? All it needs is a pinned stock (or just replace with a fixed stock) and a welded muzzle cap (it comes with a threaded barrel for folks in free states that can add suppressors - pretty sweet). I've had one .45 ACP carbine for testing and liked it; I'd like one that could use the dozens of 1911 magazines I have kicking around the armory as well.
Anyone have experience with Just Right Carbines rifles, good or bad?
That is all.