EMA Tactical Introduces The RONI Pistol To Carbine Conversion Kit

EMA Tactical Introduces The RONI Pistol To Carbine Conversion Kit
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EMA Tactical RONI Pistol To Carbine Conversion Kit
EMA Tactical Introduces The RONI Pistol To Carbine Conversion Kit
EMA Tactical
EMA Tactical

Tullytown, PA --(Ammoland.com)- EMA TACTICAL is proud to introduce our most prized product, the RONI.

The RONI allows you to easily convert your pistol to an accurate carbine in less than 6 seconds by simply unlocking two pins and inserting your handgun. There is no need to carry both rifle and pistol ammunition, with the RONI you are guaranteed increased accuracy to 100 yards and beyond. There is no pistol disassembly or modification required.

The RONI comes equipped with a optional folding forward grip, one full length 9.4” aluminum top rail and two 2.25″ aluminum side rails. A fourth picatinny rail is available under the barrel extension. A 5 position collapsible stock and adjustable cheek piece are provided for your comfort and to increase performance. A spare magazine holder, optional brass catcher and removable barrel shroud for a 1.3″ supressor are additional features to the RONI.

The RONI fits: Glock 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 25, 31, 32, 34 & 35 – In stock now for immediate delivery.

Coming in 30 days – including Bersa 9mm, Beretta PX4 Storm, Jericho, Glock 21, Sig Sauer 226 & 2022, Beretta PX4 Storm and PX4 Storm 45 cal., H&K USP, S&W M&P, Springfield XD 9mm & 40 cal, FN 5-7. Models coming soon include the Beretta 92, M9 & M91A, H&K USP, Bersa Thunder & Bersa Thunder Pro, Jericho, CZ Duty 07 & 08, Para P14, FN Five-7 and Glock 21.

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  • 59 thoughts on “EMA Tactical Introduces The RONI Pistol To Carbine Conversion Kit

    1. I want tactical stock for my SMITH & WESSON
      M&P .40 CALIBER and i need infomation and prices.
      My phisic adrres is: Urb.Alturas de San Pedro,calle-San Luis,#Q-52,Fajardo,P.R.00738

    2. GOOD DAY I BOUGHT THE GLOCK 19 9mm AND I WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE THE RONI FOR THE GLOCK IN A DESSERT TAN. WOULD YOU BE SO KIND TO MAIL ME THE DETAIL ON THIS PLEASE.

    3. Hi I have 3 questions:
      1. Do you have a RONI for my Jericho FS 9mm pistol?
      2. How much would that cost?
      3. Can you ship that to the Philippines?

      Hope to receive a reply from you soon.

    4. Please notifiy me if you get a carbine conversion kit to fit an XDm 9mm and of course what size XDm pistol I would need to use it. At this point I only own the 5.25

    5. Hola deseo saber si la pistola carabine convercion G1 o G2 le hace a una pistola Tanfoglio Force99C que es igual a una Jericho 941/ Baby Eagle de polimero.Gracias

    6. I am looking for Roni for my Glock 23 and need to know the price and postage to South Africa. please contact me with the above info. Regards, Morney, Durban, South Africa

    7. When would there be one for a m&p 9mm and one for m&p 45 acp would there have to be special regulations to own one,or have a special license since it converts to a carbine?thank u.

    8. There’s a civilian model that fits most Glock models called the CG-1. It looks the same as the G-1, has the 4 pic rails and the folding vertical grip, but doesn’t require the ATF tax stamp. I believe it has something to do with the barrel being a little bit longer. I think they’ve also got a model called the CG-2 (last time I checked, it only works with the 9mm Glock 17) that has an even longer, more squared-off barrel. I understand the comments that have been made about it being impractical for LE and military applications, and though I can’t speak for military, there are plenty of LEOs that work motorcycle patrol where, trying to carry a shotgun or AR-style carbine would be a no-go. The Roni platform is smaller and would store much easier than most alternatives. And who wouldn’t mind only having to keep up with one kind of ammo? Also, for the comments about wanting a high-cap magazine (which I understand, you’d want that option with a carbine), Glock makes a 22rd magazine for their .40s&w models and I think a 30+ magazine for the 9, you’ve got an extra mag holder that comes standard on the Roni, plus if you’re using the same pistol that you normally carry while on duty, you could always slap in a magazine from the mag holster on your duty belt. FAB Defense’s Mako conversion kits cost anywhere from $600-$900, not to mention look like the old Nerfball guns my kids play with. I think some folks need to give this kit a try before being so judgmental.

    9. HI! I would like to know if their is anything coming soon sor the Smith & Wesson M&P 9? I’ve been waiting for a while now and can’t wait to have one kit!!!

      thanks

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    11. hello, I would purchase the product EMA Tactical Introduces The RONI Pistol To Carbine Conversion Kit, but I wonder if it is adaptable in g25 glock pistol caliber 380, which value and if you deliver in Brazil, sao paulo state, and how should make the purchase. Thank you and I look back

    12. I am interested in where I can purchase this unit for my Glock 17.
      I live in California and need to know if any requirements and model number and cost.
      Thanks

      GLOCK 17 Gen4 Pistol

    13. Creo que el aditamento para convertir la pistola en carabina podría quedarle a mi pistola Hk P7M13 porfavoe mándenme los costos para comprarla y asesórenme para saber si le queda a mi arma. Y si no le queda., tendrán para la HK P7M13?
      De antemano muchas gracias!

    14. hi!is there any conversion kit for CZ 75 p-01 9 cal lugar. and for how much. can you deliver in south africa and pakistan. thanks.

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