- Precision CNC-machined aluminum jaws for secure barrel grip in a vise.
- Designed for mounting a muzzle brake on the KEL TEC SUB-2000.
- Enables proper installation of a muzzle brake using a crush washer.
- Provides a sturdy grip on the barrel, avoiding potential damage to plastic handguards.
- Ensures safe and damage-free securing of your SUB-2000 in a vise.
- Only compatible with the KEL TEC SUB-2000 Gen 2.
- Essential for installing our KEL TEC SUB-2000 Muzzle Brake.
- Made in the USA!
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Note: Attempting to secure your SUB-2000 in a vise without these jaws could lead to significant damage to the firearm.
KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Gen 2 Barrel Jaws
Install a muzzle brake on your SUB-2000 with confidence using our precision-made Aluminum Vise Barrel Jaws. Designed to firmly grip the barrel, these jaws provide a more secure hold than plastic alternatives, ensuring no damage to your SUB-2000 during installation.
For best results, we advise wrapping your barrel in masking tape before placing it in the vise. This extra precaution helps prevent any potential scratches from the jaws.
Warning! If you're planning to install a Crush Washer Style Muzzle Brake on your KEL TEC SUB-2000, it's crucial to use these Barrel Jaws. Incorrect installation can cause the barrel to twist, potentially breaking the Plastic Hinge that encases it. Avoid costly repairs and the inconvenience of sending your firearm back to KEL-TEC by using the right tools.
These jaws are perfect for the KEL TEC SUB 2000 Gen 2, fitting both 9mm and 40cal barrels. If you're looking to mount a muzzle brake with a crush washer, this tool is indispensable.
Ensure the longevity and performance of your Pistol Caliber Carbine with the first of its kind: the KEL TEC SUB 2000 Gen 2 Barrel Jaws, specifically designed for your KEL TEC SUB 2000 Gen 2 upgrades.
KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Resources:
If you're getting the KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Gen 2 Barrel Vise Jaws, then you might find the following
KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Resources useful in further enhancing your firearm. Download the SUB-2000 Owners Manual or use the
Exploded View of the SUB-2000 Parts Diagram to plan your next firearm project.
You must be 18 yrs of age to purchase. We advise that all parts purchased from our inventory be installed and inspected by a qualified gunsmith. Modifying your weapon may be prohibited in your state. Do not modify your sear or hammer engagement surfaces, with or without the KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Gen 2 Barrel Vise Jaws. Before installing please be sure to check all local state and federal laws. By installing this part you agree to take full responsibility for any and all legal, health and warranty consequences that may be incurred.
The video showed the jaws were machine-contoured, the ones I received were not. I used painter's masking tape on the barrel, and used the stock folded up 90 degrees to the barrel to hold the rifle to keep it from turning inside the jaws. There was no marring on the barrel when the tape was removed.
Stuck with the install, about 1/8” off the timing, the barrel spun and scratched the finish. Like many other reviewers , unhappy with the fact that jaws provided are smaller/different from the ones in install video. The old design was by far superior, covering a larger part and machined to match the configuration of the barrel. I’d have gladly paid more just to avoid this predicament or at least had a choice between two! by the way, tried two different vises and used a pipe to clamp it down.
No Problems Here!...
Double Tape Wrapped the barrel...
Used a cheater bar to tighten my vice.
Installed my Break 3FO-S Short Flash Hider (using the supplied crush washer)
Used a little grease & anti-sieze compound mixed...
Was able to (slow & steady) clock this flash hider with no issues
Worked Great!!! 🤗
Barrel spun and the finish came off
Put tape on the barrel. Tightened it tighter than I’ve ever had to tighten a vice still slipped and took the finish off the barrel where it rotated. I’m an experienced gunsmith and decided to try this instead of doing what I knew would work. Better off making a barrel clamp out of the proper wood and saving the finish on the barrel.
Good to have
I took my sub2000 to a gunsmith to have a compensator put on the muzzle and thankfully I had rhese and left them with him to use. Otherwise he wouldve had to jerry-rig something and who knows how thatd went. Theyre nicely made and sturdy and always insist on sticking togrther so you shpuld never lose one.
Needs more development
The best thing about these are the magnets . The securing surface was a v and did not give the proper grip that a round surface would have provided. Wheeler makes a great one but, it is too big for the S2K. It has a round grip surface on an Aluminum block with a pressed in polyurethane insert which eliminates the need for the masking tape and prevents scarring. I would have used it but, I would have had to take the barrel out of the long hand guard. I broke the first vise and the second "$40" vise just did give enough grip to get the job done with a 12" cheater bar to tighten the thing. The vise in the video I found at Amazon. It was over $100. So much for not using the compression nut muzzle break. Although the finished job does look very nice. It is off 1/16 of an inch but, I am dang sure not going to re crush another compression washer with the instructed method.
Worked as described. Excellent tool for my smithing tool box!
Needed These To Install Muzzle Break With Crush Washer ... They Worked! Had A Couple Of Muzzle Breaks Laying Around That Use The Crush Washer System (Which I Hate) .... I Prefer The Old Style Lock Washer Application For Muzzle Breaks, Etc. (No Vice Or Special Barrel Jigs Needed, Just A Couple Of Wrenches ... In The Field, At The Camp, Kitchen Table, Etc. Simple!) That's Why These Were Laying Around LOL! But These Worked And Now I Have A Wicked Looking Muzzle/Suppressor On My Sub 2K .... Yey!
Another Good Ideal/Product From Chris & The Folks @ M*CARBO .... Thanks!
My sub 2000 barrel is not tapered. Will these vice blocks still work and hole it securely?