Here is my new SU-22 with pistol grip, Ace Entry stock, and a cheap red-dot sight (for now)
I've only shot it one time, before I added this stock, and it functioned great with CCI Mini-mags. This is my first Keltec, but no where near my first firearm. I've got other .22LR by Savage, Ruger, Stevens, and Henry and centerfires by Glock, STI, Colt, Taurus, and Ruger. I look forward to learning more about Keltec here.
Hey SU-22 owners! Show us your best pictures of your SU-22 and tell us a little about your favorite modifications and accessories.
Let's keep this as an online SU-22 coffee table book so we can quickly look at the pictures. [highlight]If you have questions or extensive comments, please start another thread to avoid hijacking the pictures thread.[/highlight]
I bought serial number 8x, part of the initial production build of 100, on August 15th, 2008. I paid $308.62, and the delivered cost out the door was $327.14 cash.
I wasted no time putting on the Charlie under folder stock I had left over from converting my SU-16C into the pistol grip AR version, and I love the lightweight underfolding SU-22C.
The vertical foregrip was a passing phase, and even though it was fun, I no longer have it on there.
I still like the Tru-Glo 4X32 scope. It makes accurate shooting much easier for my old eyes, and was thus deemed worth the weight and the larger size. I want to keep this as small and light as possible for easy packing.
I've shot countless rounds through my SU-22C. It's about all I've been shooting the last year or so. It's held up well over thousands of rounds. I did sand off the lower lip on the ejection port, ever so slightly, to avoid empty brass bouncing back in and jamming and it's been a sweet shooter ever since... accurate and completely trouble free. Kel-Tec machines the ejection port for you after the first batch of SU-22 rifles, and they also re-profiled the feed ramp for greater reliability, not that I've had a problem with that.
My SU-22C didn't like any "loose bullet" .22 LR ammo such as Remington Golden Bullet when it was new, but now seems OK with it after an extensive break-in. It loves the cheap Federal bulk pack ammo, the cheapest Blazer bulk pack, and lots of other ammo.
No matter what the configuration, the SU-22 is a very fun little .22, and it's surprisingly accurate, about 2 MOA, even with cheap bulk pack ammo. I hope to halve that five shot group size with good ammo and shooting off a bench.