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  • CAA Thumb Rests (Right & Left)CAA Thumb Rests (Right & Left)

    CAA Thumb Rests (Right & Left)


    Micro Roni Thumb Rests for the Roni platform. It comes as a set of two for the left and right. The thumb rests fit on the lateral rail sections near the front of the Micro Roni.

    The Micro Roni Thumb Rest adds that touch of extra stability. It also acts as a mental stop to prevent your hand accidentally going in front of the muzzle.

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  • CAA One Point Sling and Steel Sling SwivelCAA One Point Sling and Steel Sling Swivel

    CAA One Point Sling and Steel Sling Swivel

    The CAA One Point Sling with an integrated bungee cord is ideal for tight quarter combat. It is designed to hold your weapon securely and absorbs shock when dropping your weapon during movement and transitions. The sling allows for easy movement when operating inside tight spaces.

    It comes supplied with the CAA Steel Swivel Attachment Mount (PBSS1).

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  • CAA Glock 17 + 19 10 Round Magazine ExtensionCAA Glock 17 + 19 10 Round Magazine Extension

    CAA Glock 17 10 Round Magazine Extension


    The CAA Glock 17 Magazine Extension gives you an additional 10 rounds capacity. This is achieved by adding an extension to your original Glock magazine and replacing the original spring, making the Glock magazine longer. It utilises the existing magazine base plate.

    This is a DIY installation and no gun-smithing is required.

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  • CAA Plus Muzzle Device for Micro Roni Gen 4

    CAA Plus Muzzle Device for Micro Roni Gen 4


    The CAA Plus Muzzle Device (PMD) for the Micro Roni Gen 4 is an add-on muzzle which serves as a flash suppressor, can be used as a stabbing tool during close quarter combat and is an effective window breaker.

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  • CAA Picatinny Front and Rear Flip-Up Sights (BGF + BGR)CAA Picatinny Front and Rear Flip-Up Sights (BGF + BGR)

    CAA Picatinny Front and Rear Flip-Up Sights (BGF + BGR)


    The CAA Front Flip-Up Sights (BGF) and Rear Flip-Up Sights (BGR) are made to Mil-Standard. They are low profile and fit any picatinny rail.

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How to Choose a Carbine Conversion Kit for Your Pistol

Are you looking to extend the range and accuracy of your pistol? A carbine conversion kit could be just what you need. These kits allow you to transform your handgun into a rifle, increasing stability and control while shooting. However, with so many options on the market, it can be challenging to choose the right one. In this article, we'll guide you through the process of selecting the best carbine conversion kit for your pistol.

What is a carbine conversion kit?

A carbine conversion kit is an accessory that attaches to your pistol, effectively transforming it into a rifle. The kit typically consists of a stock, a barrel, and a rail system for mounting accessories such as scopes, red dot sights, and lasers. The stock provides additional stability and support, making it easier to aim and fire accurately.

Benefits of using a carbine conversion kit

There are several advantages to using a carbine conversion kit. Firstly, it allows you to extend the range of your pistol, making it more suitable for medium to long-range shooting. Additionally, the stock provides greater stability, reducing recoil and making it easier to control the firearm. Finally, the ability to mount accessories on the rail system means you can customize your carbine conversion kit to suit your needs, whether it be for hunting, target shooting, or self-defense.

Factors to consider when choosing a carbine conversion kit

Before you purchase a carbine conversion kit, there are several factors you should consider.


Not all carbine conversion kits are compatible with all pistols. Before making a purchase, make sure the kit you choose is designed to fit your pistol make and model.

Build quality

The build quality of a carbine conversion kit is essential, as it will determine the durability and reliability of the product. Look for kits made from high-quality materials such as aluminum or polymer, and ensure that all components are securely attached.

Ease of installation

The ease of installation is another crucial factor to consider. Some carbine conversion kits require extensive gunsmithing skills to install, while others can be attached in a matter of minutes. Choose a kit that you are comfortable installing, or consider having a gunsmith install it for you.


Some carbine conversion kits offer adjustable features such as length of pull, cheek weld height, and butt pad height. These adjustments can improve the comfort and accuracy of the carbine, so consider purchasing a kit that offers these features.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I still use my pistol after installing a carbine conversion kit?

Yes, you can still use your pistol as a standalone firearm after installing a carbine conversion kit.

Do carbine conversion kits affect the accuracy of my pistol?

Installing a carbine conversion kit can improve the accuracy of your pistol by providing greater stability and support.

Can I install a carbine conversion kit myself?

The installation process for a carbine conversion kit will vary depending on the specific kit you have purchased. If you're uncomfortable installing the kit yourself, consider taking your pistol to a qualified gunsmith for assistance.

What kind of ammunition should I use with a carbine conversion kit?

The type of ammunition you should use with a carbine conversion kit will depend on the specific kit and the manufacturer's recommendations. Be sure to consult the manufacturer's instructions and use the appropriate ammunition for your kit.

Can I customize my carbine conversion kit with accessories?

Yes, most carbine conversion kits include a rail system for mounting accessories such as scopes, red dot sights, and lasers.