srael is the source of many outside-the-box designs for tactical gear. A recent example is the KPOS Scout, a conversion kit that turns a Glock pistol into a folding-stock carbine. Along with the similar CAA Micro Roni, they're both viable options for expanding the utility of a Glock pistol for home and vehicle defense. The KPOS Scout is a shroud that clamps firmly onto the slide of a Glock, making it, visually and legally, a folding-stock short-barreled rifle (SBR), which also means it requires a tax stamp. The device fits a wide swath of Gen 3 through Gen 5 Glocks, including the 17, 19, 22, 23, 25, 31, and 32. Ported models are also accepted. Gen 4 and Gen 5 pistols will work as long as they aren't wearing Glock's add-on backstraps. Tricking out your Glock to make a carbine by adding a stock is really cool and has some advantages for defensive use. However, dealing with NFA paperwork to make that SBR legal is time-consuming. For those with a little more cash than time or patience, there’s a solution: a drop-in 16-inch barrel by IGB Austria that makes it a full rifle instead of an SBR.