Converting Pistols into Carbines

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A pistol can be installed in the RONI in 5 seconds, requiring no special tools, pistol disassembly or gunsmithing. Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense Update

CAA Tactical displayed the new RONI shell kit at ISDEF 2010. Roni enables the conversion of standard handguns and pistols into an accurate carbine. With the new kit, standard targets can be engaged at 50-70 meters, as the kit significantly improves the shooter’s grip, accuracy and therefore, the probability of the shooters’ hitting the target at extended range. RONI shell kits are available for Glock, SIG Sauer, Springfield and Beretta firearms.

With CAA's new RONI kit, standard targets can be engaged at 50-70 meters, as the kit significantly improves the shooter’s grip, accuracy and therefore, the probability of the shooters' hitting the target at extended range. Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense Update

A pistol can be installed in the RONI in 5 seconds, requiring no special tools, pistol disassembly or gunsmithing. The design maintains zeroing repeatedly as long as the same handgun is used with the same kit. The weapon maintains the pistol’s cocking handle to operate the weapon, so the firearm is always ready for action. RONI’s enlarged cocking handle fits onto the pistol’s handle, enabling easier operation, and more efficient clearing of jams, performed in the same way as when shooting the pistol by itself. The shell kit comes with extra safety devices, such as a safety shroud to protect the trigger for pistols without a conventional safety devise. And a forward finger guard, protecting the forefinger from the hot barrel shroud.

A pistol can be installed in the RONI in 5 seconds, requiring no special tools, pistol disassembly or gunsmithing. Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense Update