Just Right Carbines for S&W M&P Magazines

Just Right Carbines

Just Right Carbines manufacture blowback-operated carbines in pistol calibers that have a passing resemblance to the AR-15 platform.  The guns are designed to use existing pistol magazines, and until now the guns have only been able to operate with Glock and 1911 mags.

Just Right Carbines

Just Right Carbines is now making rifles that will use Smith & Wesson M&P magazines.  Initially, the rifles will be available in 9mm and .40 S&W.  The carbines will be available in the following finishes:

“Restricted State” models will also be available.

Richard Johnson

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  • Mazryonh

    Is the JRC company still saying that making versions of this PCC design that can handle high-pressure cartridges such as .460 Rowland or 10mm Auto is going to be more difficult than it’s worth for them and cost-prohibitive for the consumer? I still don’t think that statement holds water; otherwise, we wouldn’t have the PCCs by Thureon Defense and Mechtech that are able to handle high-pressure cartridges and still able to sell them at competitive prices.

  • John

    My local shop has one of those stainless ones and boy, is it ever ugly. I wouldn’t be caught dead owning one of those hideous things.

    • Mazryonh

      Maybe they’ll call it a “marine version”? There are marine versions of shotguns, for instance, that have a very shiny finish to increase their resistance to rust from water exposure.

    • Eric S

      No joke. I love me some pistol caliber carbines, but this ranks up there with the Mac10 carbines on aesthetics. Maybe they should invest some coin into an art consultant to spiff up their design.

  • Anonymoose

    Please tell me this one isn’t an April Fool’s joke… :

  • 276Pedersen

    I’ve been waiting for this for a while. I have an M&P in 9mm and the ability to use the same mags is neat. Looks like it will be fun to plink with at the range.