Move Over, Uzi, Here Comes the Micro RONI
The company is made up of professional shooters, members of the IDF elite reserved forces, counter terrorism, reconnaissance and commando units.
by David Israel, JewishPress.com
November 2, 2016
Former IDF trainer Mikey Hartman with the Micro Roni SBR.
Photo Credit: Screenshot
Israeli firearms manufacturer CAA Tactical, based in Kiryat Shmona, announced the launching of the Micro Roni®, a $300 conversion kit that transforms a Glock pistol into a rifle.
The Micro RONI is the newest compact addition for a pistol carbine conversion kit. The light and sturdy platform for pistols is made of aluminum with a polymer body, and features a folding mechanism for a sturdier position, equipped with an adjustable nylon brace.
With an added a grip for improved stability, optical sights, night vision devices and laser sights, the Micro RONI does not require disassembling the pistol — just insert your 3rd or 4th generation Glock into the kit, lock it in place, and you're ready for battle.
The CAA website says the company's mission is "to be a world-class producer of rock-solid, operation-tested firearm accessories manufacturer." It adds that the company is made up of "professional shooters, members of the IDF elite reserved forces, counter terrorism, reconnaissance and commando units."