Kel-Tec isn’t famous for over producing their guns. To meet the demands of Kel-Tec’s latest, most-desired guns, they switched their focus from design, to production. At the 2012 SHOT Show, Kelt-Tec showed off some improvements to the controversial KSG, as well as the famous RFB. The tactical carbine has a 24-inch barrel and all the Picatinny bells and whistles that you’d expect to see. Since the company is choosing to focus on maximizing production of their firearms, maybe we can actually get our hands on some to play with this year. Kel-Tec has been busy building a new 12,500 sq. ft. wing of their manufacturing plant that will house more materials. Hopefully, more room equals faster builds. Locally, we have already seen six KSG shotguns for sale, with more on the way!
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Trying to find a Sub2000 using Glock mags has become very difficult. Well, unless you want to pay 150% of MSRP. Been looking for a couple months now with no luck. Every time I get a notification that one is in stock, it’s gone by the time I can get a query in.
One of my friends has a Kel Tec pmr 30 and really gloats over the possession. I have been trying for about three years to purchase one. No luck! On Pointe Firearms has been attempting to obtain one for me but it has not been able.
Are they back in production? Frustrating!
Comment by Ron Watkins — January 15, 2014 @ 11:56 am
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