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KelTec Products

CMR-30

The CMR-30 is a light weight, carbine chambered for the flat shooting 22 magnum cartridge (.22WMR). The CMR-30 Carbine features the same grip and fire controls of the popular PMR-30 pistol. The rifle uses the same innovative pie-wedge 30-round magazines as the pistol, allowing for both ammunition and magazine compatibility. The CMR-30 features an adjustable stock, Picatinny rails for optics and lasers, and an unloaded weight of just 4 pounds. The 16-inch barrel is threaded to accept muzzle accessories like flash hiders and sound suppressors.
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CP33 22 LR Semi-auto Pistol

Rimfire 22LR CP33 (Competition Pistol, 33-shot) uses innovating quad stack magazines. The long rail on top accommodates red dots or scopes, and the muzzle is threaded for a brake or a sound suppressor.
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KS7 Bullpup Shotgun

The KS7 is the lighter, slimmer evolution of 12ga KSG line, with a single 7-shot tube (extendable to 10), with an available longer barrel.
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KSG Bullpup Shotgun

12 gage - Pump Action Cylinder bore - 3 inch chamber 14+1 rounds (2 3/4") - 12+1 (3") Manually switched dual-tube mag (6 or 7 rounds each) Bottom Ejecting Available Late 2011
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P-11 & P-40

The P-11 is a semi-automatic, locked breech pistol, chambered for the 9 mm Luger cartridge. The firing mechanism is double action only. The magazine has a 10 or 12 round capacity. The Kel-tec P-11 is the smallest and lightest 9 mm ever made. (1995
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P-15 Pistol

The KelTec P15 is a striker-fired, polymer pistol that weighs only 14oz and boasts a 15+1 capacity right out of the box. It’s the lightest, thinnest double-stack 9mm handgun on the market.
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P-17 Pistol

The P17 is 14 ounce (fully loaded), 17 round pistol in 22LR, with a picatinny rail and a threaded barrel. Both the safety and mag release are ambidextrous and the pistol has an adjustable rear sight with a fiber optic front sight.
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P-32

The P-32 is a semi-automatic, locked breech pistol, chambered for the .32 Auto cartridge. The firing mechanism is double action only. The magazine has a 7 round capacity. The KEL-TEC P-32 is the lightest .32 Auto pistol ever made.
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P-3AT

The P-3AT is a semi-automatic, locked breech pistol, chambered for the .380 Auto cartridge. The firing mechanism is double action only. The magazine has a 6 round capacity. The KEL-TEC P-3AT is the lightest .380 Auto pistol ever made.
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P-50

The P50 is a straight blowback semi-automatic pistol that feeds from FN P90 magazines, which are inserted into the weapon upside down. The trigger pull is 5 lb (22N).[4] The barrel and moving parts are made from steel, with a polymer frame and lower receiver to reduce weight.
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PF-9

The Pistol Flat 9 is a semi-automatic, locked breech pistol, chambered for the 9 mm Luger cartridge. The PF-9 has a single stack magazine holding 7 rounds. It is the lightest and flattest 9 mm ever made.
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PLR-16

The PLR-16 is a gas operated, semi-automatic pistol chambered in 5.56 mm NATO caliber. It was designed as and is intended as a long-range target and hunting pistol.
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PLR-22

Little sister to the PLR-16 in 22LR. Available in Spring 2008.
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PMR-30

The PMR-30 is a light weight, full sized, pistol chambered for the flat shooting 22 magnum cartridge (.22WMR). It operates on a unique hybrid blow-back/locked-breech system allowing use of a wide variety of ammunition as it seamlessly adjusts between locked-breech and blow-back operation, depending on the pressure of the cartridge. The double-stack magazine holds 30 rounds and fits completely inside the grip. The crisp, single action trigger has an over-travel stop, the manual safety is a thumb activated ambidextrous lever, and the slide locks back after the last shot. The light, crisp trigger pull and fiber optic sights make this pistol ideal for target shooting and small game.
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RDB Bullpup Rifle

Through an ingenious and simple arrangement we have solved the main disadvantage of Bullpup rifles; case ejection. Traditional side ejection is not ambidextrous and forward eject, like in the FN 2000 or the Kel-Tec RFB, is quite complex. The RDB (Rifle Downward-eject Bullpup) features a rotary bolt with a spring loaded ejector and an extractor facing down. The spent case is pulled backwards along the top of the magazine and then ejected through a vertical chute. The hammer is U-shaped and runs outside the chute and above the magazine. Obviously, the bolt travel is longer than traditional designs but well within the ergonomic constraints of a rifle. Other advantages are gravity assisted ejection, higher bolt energy at feeding and a slower full auto rate (when applicable). The RDB is built around a common steel skeleton formed by the receiver and barrel sub-assemblies. Bolt, bolt carrier, firing mechanism, ejector chute and bolt stop are identical for all variations. The short stroke gas operated piston is fully adjustable for different ammunitions and muzzle attachments.
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RFB High Efficiency Rifle

Rifle, Forward ejection Bullpup - Chambered in 7.62 NATO, the RFB takes Metric FAL magazines and comes in three configurations: Carbine (18" barrel), Sporter (24" barrel), and Target (32" heavy barrel). Available 4th Quarter 2008.
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SU-16

The SU-16 is a gas operated, self-loading rifle in .223 Remington caliber. Several models are available.
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SU-22

Little sister to the SU-16 family of rifles in 22LR. Available in Spring 2008.
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Sub9 and Sub2000 Rifles

The SUB-2000 is a self-loading, folding carbine for pistol cartridges in 9mm or 40 cal. Different versions of the SUB-2000 will accept most modern handgun magazines.
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Articles

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Accessories

Holsters, cases, grips, optics, slings, safes and lots of other fun stuff.
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Fluff & Buff / TecWerks

Tips, tricks and problem solving solutions. This is the stuff KTOG is famous for.
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Other Guns

Discussion of Grendels, Glucks, Rugers, and all other guns not made by Kel-Tec.
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The Right to Keep and Bear Arms

A place for positive, productive dialog and strategies regarding issues related to the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
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The Great Outdoors

Hunting, fishing, boating, camping, hiking, biking, 4-wheeling, etc... If you do it outside, and mostly with some clothes on, this is the place to discuss it. Tell us about your outdoor activities and adventures.
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KTOG Goes Local

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KTOG Postal Match

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  1. P-17 Pistol
    just thinking how many rounds i can put thru my p-17. over 1000 rd in 3 weeks but i never though about how many i could shoot in my ss victory. i think the p-17 made with plastic. i don't have the same faith in long use. but the more i shoot it the more i like it. i never look at my hand...
  2. RFB High Efficiency Rifle
    I had a chance recently to shoot two RFB's one right after the other with the same ammo and the same gas settings. One had the standard flash hider and the other had a Ruger precision hybrid muzzle brake. The one with the muzzle brake had about 1/2 the recoil of the one with the standard flash...
  3. P-17 Pistol
    I bought a P17 shortly after they came out. Pandemic time and Academy had only one when I was buying ammo. It was pretty reliable at first but having issues now. After a good cleaning, I can get about 100 rounds or so before I start to get Failure to eject/extracts going on. Everything from a...
  4. was stoked about getting some mag extensions for my CP33 but Kel Tec won’t ship them to Oregon and they sent me a refund. Bummer!
  5. the ammo i use is fed champion 40gr for my p-17 and victory 22 ss. no issues with the pistols or ammo BUT having time on my hands would any one have some thing to say about using fed champion 36 gr hollow point. why i ask is i buy in bulk dont want 5000 rd i cant use. hope there is some help...
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