Convert Your Handgun into a Personal Defense Weapon with the KPOS Pathfinder

FAB Defense KPOS G2 Pathfinder
FAB Defense KPOS G2 Pathfinder
FAB Defense
FAB Defense

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- More and more shooters are purchasing personal defense weapons (PDWs) as part of their overall defense plan.

The PDW style weapon comes under the government classification of SBR and requires paperwork and a federal tax stamp. FAB Defense allows you to convert your pistol into a personal defense weapon without the cumbersome federal restrictions and tax stamps.

In less than 10 seconds, FAB Defense KPOS Gen 2 Pathfinder allows shooters to convert their handgun into a PDW without any modifications to the pistol.

The innovative design, of the pistol-to-carbine conversion featuring a folding stabilization tube in place of a stock, is the product spec that gives it a non-NFA rating.

The FAB Defense KPOS G2 Pathfinder provides shooters with the tactical benefits of other KPOS conversion systems— without having to go through all of the paperwork and additional expense. The compact design fits select full-size handgun models from popular brands such as Glock, Sig, Beretta, CZ, Jericho, FN and Springfield. The conversion accessory features 6061 T6 billet-hard anodized aluminum frame and includes folding backup sights and a VTS handguard for added control and accuracy at longer distances.

The FAB Defense KPOS Gen 2 Pathfinder is the perfect setup for shooters who are looking to increase the capabilities of their handgun in a new way—all legally. The KPOS G2 Pathfinder is easy to attach to you weapon, no tools needed. It is the ideal accessory for those who are interested in learning to use a PDW for the first time.

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FAB Defense KPOS G2 Pathfinder
FAB Defense KPOS G2 Pathfinder
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    Ally

    Thinking about getting a kpos for sig p226 anybody any information on performance or reliability ?

    Diaz
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    Diaz

    Wil this work with my springfield xdm 45 3.8 compact?

    Sgt. Saxon
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    Sgt. Saxon

    The only application I can think of would be to get quick and accurate follow-up shots for large caliber handguns. I would buy one for my Glock 20 (10mm) if, and only if, the KPOS was 100% reliable and functioned flawlessly. I’m a big fan of the 10mm round, and I’m a decent shot with my Glock, but it just isn’t very easy to get quick, accurate follow-up shots like I can with my .40 and 9mm or even .45. I have a couple pistol AR (5.56 and .300 BLK) that I use for close quarters combat, but if I… Read more »

    james
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    james

    Forget about it, cheaper to pay for the tax stamp and have some bucks left for a suppressor.

    Robert H.
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    Robert H.

    Wait, I thought a handgun IS a “personal defense weapon”. What’s the real advantage of turning it into something three times as bulky, that looks like it was designed for a Thunderdome sequel? I may be missing something but I just don’t see what sort of niche this is intended to fill.

    Frank
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    Frank

    It seems more logical to spend that $681 on a backup gun, holster and ammo and still have some extra cash.

    Semachiah
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    Semachiah

    What advantage is there to having this over simply carrying my 1911? Why would I want to make the conversion?

    Vanns40
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    Vanns40

    For just south of seven bills you may be on to something.

    Don
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    Don

    Or, you can just carry and shoot the pistol as a Personal Defense Weapon. Just sayin…

    Vanns40
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    Vanns40

    For $681 you may be on to something! 🙂