This is a DarkForce II Pistol Carbine Conversion Kit to fit a Grand Power X-Caliber or X-Trim 9mm Semi Auto Pistol.
This GBC Product is manufactured using the very latest CNC Machinery by Gun & Bell Custom Precision, in their New Modern Workshop in Rotorua, New Zealand.
The DarkForce II Pistol Carbine Carbine Conversion Kit is made from Billet Aluminum which offers slightly more weight, which helps in control of recoil, keeps Carbine on a consent parallel line for fast accurate shooting.
Of all the Pistol Carbine Conversion Kits currently on the market today, the DarkForce is by far the easiest one to fit a pistol into. It literally only takes two seconds to install and when you remove, again a couple of seconds. This has come about by the pistol being held in the Pistol Carbine Frame by the Picatinny rail on the Grand Power Pistol.
The Pistol Carbine Conversion Kit is approved by Pistol New Zealand for both IPSC 3-Gun and Steel Challenge shooting, it now opens the door for many more "B" Endorsement shooters to participate in these events at a price affordable to most shooters.
Many Pistol Clubs are restricted in the use of Centerfire Rifles on their ranges thoughout NZ and therefore are not in a position to run 3-Gun events, now with the Pistol Carbine Conversion Kit being approved for 3-Gun, these matches can now be shot using the DarkForce Pistol Carbine Conversion Kit.
The DarkForce Pistol Carbine Conversion Kit provides you with a better grip and much more stability, now you can use your pistol for a greater range of matches, faster aiming, better accuracy, far greater distance shooting and a platform for many accessories.
Gun Supplies Policy: Proof of firearms licence, includes appropriate endorsement, will need to be provided to purchase this item.
No Permit to Procure is required.
If you are the holder of an E category endorsement and wish to use this firearm in E category configuration you must first complete form POL67X.
Form POL67X must be handed in at your Area Arms Office along with pictures showing the firearm is in A Category configuration. Your local Arms officer then forwards to Police National Headquarters whereby a determination as to whether or not a conversion is legitimate and therefore warranted is made.
If you have any queries, please contact Gun Supplies, or contact your Area Arms Office for clarification.