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JP Enterprises has updated their GMR-13 with some welcome new features. So many updates, in fact, that they’re now calling it the GMR-15. They’ll be available for purchase as highly customizable complete carbines or as separate upper and lower kits. JP’s press release follows…

JP Enterprises Announces the GMR-15

Hugo, MN – JP Enterprises announces the release of the GMR-15, an updated version of their industry-leading 9mm carbine the GMR-13. It’s loaded with innovative features that elevate the pistol caliber carbine platform.

First, they started with a ground-up revision of the lower receiver. It features last-round lockback and a streamlined look.  An upgraded mag release offers better leverage and an improved feel.  JP also flared the magwell more than on the GMR-13 for easier reloads.

They also designed a new, dedicated 9mm upper receiver with dual-charge handles that’s much lighter and sleeker than the PSC-11 which was used on the dual-charge version of the GMR-13.  This upper comes with a choice of brass deflectors, including a larger-profile version for left-handed shooters.

Customers can buy complete GMR-15 rifles that are fully customizable in JP’s online Rifle Builder. Complete rifles offer the choice of three uppers, the dedicated 9mm upper, the JP-15 forged upper or the CTR-02 top-charge billet upper. For speedier delivery, JP Enterprises will offer two GMR-15 Ready Rifles: a 14.5″ pin-and-weld and an SBR.

JP hasn’t forgotten the home builder either. Upper and lower receiver kits that include all the proprietary components will be available for purchase.

“We have an impeccable track record for 9mm PCC function,” stated JP Enterprises founder John Paul. “Reliability is paramount for all firearms, especially those used for military, law enforcement, self-defense, or competition. The GMR-15 will continue our reputation as “the ones that work” in the PCC market.”

JP Enterprises encourages SHOT Show attendees to stop by booth #8103 and lay their hands on the GMR-15.

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  1. How much does it weigh? I dont see that on their website.

    And how much does it cost?

    Im interested but i dont know how much.

  2. I have one of the -13’s and it’s awesome. 14.5″ pinned. Runs like a top on 124gr montana gold and like 5gr of power pistol. No regrets.

  3. I have sort of been wanting one but not quite sure if I want to spend that much right now. Hopefully they have some extra 13’s that they sell for a couple hundred off, I might jump on that.

  4. Looks pretty cool but I’m not eager to part with $1500 without at least taking a look in person. Are these ever going to show up in stores?


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