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Just got a new G17 Sub2000 from PSA and field stripped it to clean before shooting it. I found moderate finish wear on the bolt, bolt head and operating handle. Is this "normal" for brand new?
I'm hoping there is enough interest to make this a sticky. Post targets, try to include distance, ammunition, and something to put the group size to scale (center to center measurement, a quarter, 1" gridded target).
I am very surprized with the accuracy of this rifle. The red dot on my target are supposed to be 1" they are about 1/32 short but very close. WW = Winchester, all groups are shot with no dope change in between. Optics used = Leupold 2.5-8x36 VX3i
I've lusted after the RDB since I first saw the videos of the preproduction models online. I found it on GB for less than $900. Well, I paid $917 and change after shipping and insurance.
I have a questuion about the factory sling. I searched for photos online, but am stumped. My sling came with only one triglide, and a small piece of metal. No directions in the manual, as I'm sure all RBD owner know. Does anyone know the purpose of this piece?
After seeing Lee's design I was inspired to design my own.
Hello- I just bought my first Kel-Tec.
I decided to trade in my Colt Trooper III 357 mag today. I bought it in 1995 for $200, because I liked it and the price was right. Never shot it, I just oiled it and admired it. Today it hit me, maybe there is something else I should own that I would enjoy shooting- so I went to my favorite one-man gun shop and he was willing (I already knew he liked older Colts) to trade me up to a $600-700 (plus extra$$) top shelf 9mm pistol. I hesitated- "we can look at used ones, too" he said. Then my eyes saw the PMR-30. He had sold it to a man a couple years ago...
Has kel tec made some improvements on the extractor for the p3at?
I just yesterday changed one on my pistol and looking at both side by side the new one appeared a little larger, not by much but a little.
Does anyone have any idea on this?
My gun is about 5 years old.
I made a visit to Kel Tec yesterday, to have my Gen 2 Sub gone over and "upgraded" with a new style front sight. I met with Nick (Customer Service Tech) and Greg (Sub 2000 Repair Tech) and Greg asked some questions about how I liked my sub and he took my sub in for a look see.
They wound up doing a lot more than what I figured they'd do. Really gave it a tune up. Took about 2 hours. Pics to follow.
The Military Arms Channel (MAC) performed a bare gel test of Underwood's .32 ACP 50 grain Cavitator +P compared to Hornady XTP and posted it on Youtube today (Oct 10, 2016). He also fired a 230 gr .45 ACP round into the same gel block, which provides an interesting comparison. Be sure to check out his concluding comments beginning at 16:47 in the video.
The test also included Underwood's 85 grain Cavitator in .30 Carbine vs Hornady's 110 grain FTX in an M1 Carbine, but that won't be discussed in this post.
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