I've been looking for one since Nov locally. Im in California ordering online and having it shipped to a FFL dealer around here will cost me an extra $100 processing fee and that would come to $469.95 which puts it in the same pricing range as GSG-5. And from reading the all these threads the SU-22 seems to be a low inventory item, unless someone here has the inside word from KT they will be shipping very soon, why wait for something that's only a probability. By the way, local Gun Shop I frequent tells me KT has no inventory.Whodat said:Hello Isaac,
I'm not sure what you are asking about. Its not to hard to find a SU-22 right now. Its either you want it or you don't.
Most FFL around here in SF charges anywhere from $75-100, GSG-5 are nice but KT's warranty is hard to beat, hands down the best in the industry.Liberty4Ever said:What's the $100 extra processing fee?
Your local dealer probably has no idea what Kel-Tec's manufacturing schedule looks like. He was probably referring to the inventory at the distributor, not the manufacturer.
They're out there, and Kel-Tec continues to ship more. The link provided earlier in the thread was a good example.
I bought one of the first batch of 100 back in August and paid $327.14 out the door, including the 6% sales tax. If you want one, I'd think you could get one. I hear the GSG is very nice too.
Not really. I recently had to decide on a PLR-22 or a GSG-5PK.Isaac_glass said:Im in California ordering online and having it shipped to a FFL dealer around here will cost me an extra $100 processing fee and that would come to $469.95 which puts it in the same pricing range as GSG-5.
Huh? There are many pics here, and I have field stripped mine in grass patches, the range, the work bench, and never stripped or broken a screw.....tqtran said:Soon after, I found out that I have to buy an additional $50 worth of replacement screws and take down pins for the GSG5.
The stock screws and and pins are so weak that they will either strip or break after your first field strip.
So keep in mind that you WILL have to spend an additional $50 on screws and pins if you buy the GSG.
That is something every GSG owner learns.