This is not plusP, so you are totally fine. That being said, I agree with previous comment that heavier, ie 124 or 147 grain will more reliably cycle the bolt . . . when I called and spoke with Kel-tec years ago, they told me NOT to use 115 grain, but a heavier weight bullet. Also, I put the heavier weight bolt in mine with 147 grain bullets . . .worked great.First off thanks in advance , just bought the 2K today so not in my hands yet. 10 day jail sentence here in Kali , looked around as well.
View attachment 56461 My question is this I have a boat load of 9MM NATO exactly as pictured that I got from Wally World here in Kalifornia just before the ammo law changed. Kel-Tec wouldn't say yes or no so i'm looking for some REAL WORLD experiences. Yes I understand this stuff is a little hot but it runs fine in my PC Carbine & my CZ's , do I need to worry about kabooms if a steady diet in the 2K ? Again thanks in advance.
Welcome to the Sub2k club, jim