MechTech Systems presents a novel Upper - the Carbine Conversion Unit. A revolutionary accessory that will change the way you see your pistol! What exactly is the CCU system? It is an 'upper' for an autoloading pistol. You can add any number of accessory items to the BASIC UNIT such as shoulder stocks, sights and rail systems. The BASIC UNIT is not a firearm and requires no special licensing to purchase. Under federal law (BATFE) it is perfecty legal to install a pistol lower and then remove the lower and reassemble the pistol. Shown Below is a Glock Upper 'BASIC UNIT', with a telescoping m4 style stock. It consists of a 16+" barrel, internal slide, recoil spring, cocking handle and what you see externally. The basic unit is NOT a firearm and needs no special licensing to purchase! What do you need? You need a Glock 17 pistol. What do you need to do? Field strip your pistol. This will separate the 'top end' assembly from the frame or 'lower'. Shown below is a Glock with the 'top end' removed. Glock pistol 'lower' Now you slide your pistol lower into the Upper 'BASIC UNIT' and you get what you see below: Assembled unit - ready to fire! At this point you have your pistol with a 16+" barrel 'top end'. The unit is ready to fire! Slip in a loaded magazine, rack the cocking handle to the rear and release it - this loads a round into the chamber in the same way as does the original pistol slide. The unit operates in semi-auto mode exactly as does the pistol with the original 'top end' in place. No modifications to the pistol 'lower' are necessary. No unusual wear occurs when using the Upper. The assembly is totally reversible. Check out the mech tech web site ( www.mechtechsys.com )for accessories you can add to your Mech Tech CARBINE CONVERSION UNIT. The CCU in this auction , comes with the M4 stock as shown in picture # 3 The glock 17 lower shown below is IS FOR REFERENCE ONLY , and is not part of this auction
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