Plastic-Fantastic as CAA’s CEO Mikey Hartman plays himself in a funny video about what to call the Micro Roni.

Is it Maaaac-arooni...or Micro-Roni?

After this video I’ll never be able to tell the difference, and I’ll end up stuttering as I try to remember.

And I’ll probably imagine that I see flying macaronis instead of brass next time I go out to the range.

“CAA Headquartes – Macaroni or Micro Roni? That Is The Question…”

The Advanced Micro Roni kit is about €540 and you can find more details here:

The Micro RONI® is the newest compact addition for a pistol carbine conversion kit. The light and sturdy platform for your various glocks and pistols is made of aluminum with a polymer body. The Micro RONI features a folding mechanism for a sturdier position and equipped with an adjustable nylon brace.

→ No pistol disassembly required – Just place pistol into the kit and lock
→ Equipped with a long Picatinny rail, allowing a combination of sight, magnifier, and/or night vision
→ Provides two extra Picatinny rails on both right and left for mounting additional accessories
→ Ambidextrous, easy and fast handling
→ Optional: Full-Auto ambidextrous cocking handle
→ Ambidextrous trigger-guard safety
→ Features a right-folding stock for easy concealment and carry
→ Right and left serrated thumb-rests for better control on recoil and muzzle-rise
→ Front extra magazine carrier for fast reload
→ Front integral tactical light (Optional)
→ Fits only Glock gen’ 3+4, including compensated models (17, OR 19)

Eric B

Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with an European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatic firearms, optics and sound suppressors. Owning the night would be nice too.


  • fintroll

    At 1:12. Is that guy really loading and racking with his finger on the trigger!?

    • Giolli Joker

      Maybe it’s just the finger inside the trigger guard, not touching the trigger… he’s just shooting maccheroni anyway.

  • I got to play with a couple of older rigs and I noticed there was a little bit of movement in both.

    • civilianaf

      saw the same thing…cool concept, poorly executed

      • PersonCommenting

        I just dont get the point of it. Why does it exist?

        • civilianaf

          Gucci Range Hogs are a thing.

        • John

          Some places like Israel allow civilians to own handguns, but not rifles or submachine guns. This kit was designed as way of building a carbine around a handgun, while still legally being a handgun.

          • Cymond

            Additionally, they’re only allowed *one* handgun, so there a huge market for tricking them out.

          • That pretty much sums it up

          • Timmah_timmah

            Yeah so no real reason to get one Stateside. Got it.

          • Mr.SATism

            I personally see it as a cheap way to get a pistol caliber carbine

          • PersonCommenting

            Yea but other than that In the US what is the application?

          • They are fun to shoot and you can get more range out of it than you might think,

          • PersonCommenting

            Oh of course there is the novelty aspect and that is fine, youre talking to the guy who owns a desert eagle. If you just like it, I cant fault that at all. They are just really expensive, you can almost buy a dedicated 9mm carbine for that. Also if you really want full use out of it dont you have to stamp these to put a real stock on it? Or I suppose the gun youre going to put into it.

    • Zeitgeist

      I just bought a micro roni stab, and my glock 19 fits it very solidly with no play. If you’ve got a spare glock it makes for a surprisingly effective pcc. Whether that is a value is up to you, but it does seem to be well made.

  • Stephen Paraski

    Make one for a Gen 1 21 and I would look.

  • Mr.SATism

    I love the comedy of this video, also kind of upset that you didn’t put the price in shekels