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Kel-Tec Owner's Group - The Community for Kel-Tec Shooters
These little guns aren't meant to be range toys buy I shoot my Kel-tec pocket guns a lot. I put at least a box through my P32 or P3AT at each range trip. When you shoot a gun a lot, you really get to know it and have a feel for it. Anyway, during my last range trip I put about 60 rounds through my P32. All rounds cycled and fired fine, but twice during the session my trigger broke just a little farther back than usual. It wasn't much, and someone not familiar with the gun probably wouldn't have noticed. But it took just a hair more rearward motion to fire the gun. It happened randomly and a few rounds apart.
First off, "vs." is "versus" not "verse". That's my Mr. Language Guy lesson for today.
I've written about my P3AT before and the problems that I had with it. I did some more fiddling with it and took it to the range today.
Because of the problems with the P-3AT, I started looking at the Ruger LCP. A couple months back I got a good deal on a Ruger LCP and got a spare magazine for it as well. I really wanted to like the Ruger, mostly because I really like Ruger products.
Recently purchased a stunning KSG for $966 after tax. Tore it completely down, cleaned the barrel and all internals. I have used Red N Tacky grease instead of standard oil for a couple years. It tends to stay where I put it and has amazing heat resistance.
I added an AFG2 and a Sitemark red dot and was feeling super tacti-cool. Now, I am a Combat Veteran discharged in 2011 and have been around guns most of my life. I have been wanting a KSG since they came out so I am well aware of the ejection issues regarding the bulk, Walmart birdshot. I had seen a few people have luck with them...
New blue KSG!
I will be fitting new center foam to enclose my Sub 2000, but here is my current progress. The Pelican case is a Model 1495 with a built in combination lock. I bought this at a gun show a few weeks ago.
With the highest of hopes and after doing a lot of research here and other places, I purchased a new RFB last weekend. This weekend I got to go out and put it through its paces.
To say the lease I am VERY disappointed. I adjusted the gas valve per the manual and that went great, just as written. Then I loaded up a couple of rounds and did a little sighting in. Good accuracy from what I can tell so far.
The disappointing this is that it will not feed any more than two rounds from the magazine. If I put 10 rounds in it feeds the first two. If I put three rounds in it feeds the first two.
Is this the good stuff? I bought two boxes to try in my Gen 1 p-32. Italian made ammo.
I would like some feedback on what any of you have done to make your 9mm Sub 2000 more pleasant to shoot. What mods have you made or techniques that should be used to make it a more enjoyable extended range session experience for those that are sensitive.
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