Kel-Tec continues to grow and expand at their Cocoa facility thanks to their many satisfied customers. In addition to their 26,000 sq. ft machine shop, our 6200 sq. ft. assembly area, and our 8920 sq. ft. final assembly and repair center which has a 100 yard indoor shooting range, they have begun construction on a new 12,500 sq. ft. building to house materials needed just to keep up with demand.
Kel-Tec CNC Industries Incorporated is a privately held corporation under the laws of Florida and of the United States . They strongly support the individual right to keep and bear arms as defined in the Second Amendment of the US Constitution. All employees are members of the NRA. The Company is a member of the NSSF and HSSHF to support responsible and safe gun ownership.
This limited edition RFB is due for release Summer 2011. This RFB-C comes in tan and black, has a custom Dlask muzzle brake and exclusive RFB-DS bag.
The SU-22 rifle is chambered for the popular and economical .22 Long Rifle cartridge (.22LR). It is based on the 5.56mm NATO chambered SU-16 rifle and shares many parts including the grip and front and rear sights. The SU-22 is not a simple conversion kit, it is a standalone firearm chambered for the .22LR and is designed for target shooting, plinking, or small game hunting. The PLR-22 and SU-22 operate by blowback action and have a 4140 steel bolt that rides on steel guide rails inside the polymer receiver. The ejector is attached to one of the guide rails and the recoil spring is located above the barrel. The cross-bolt safety and magazine release operate identically to the PLR-16 and SU-16.
Approved as non-restricted--available early 2012! The KSG (Kel-Tec Shotgun) is Kel-Tec CNC's first entry into the shotgun market. The size, shape, and design is similar to the currently available Kel-Tec RFB rifle, but the KSG ejects downward, instead of forward. The KSG weighs 6.9 lbs and is as compact as legally possible with a 26.1" overall length and an 18.5" cylinder bore barrel. Even with this compact size, the internal dual tube magazines hold an impressive 14 rounds of 12 gauge 2 3/4" rounds in total (7 per tube).
This simple and reliable pump action feeds from either the left or right tube. The feed side is manually selected by a lever located behind the trigger guard.
The pump includes an under picatinny rail for the mounting of a forward grip, a light or a laser. The included top picatinny sight rail will accept many types of optics or iron sights. Forward and rear sling loops are built in, and a basic sling is included. The soft rubber butt pad helps to tame recoil.
RFB-C stands for Rifle, Forward-ejecting Bullpup (Canadian edition). Why forward-ejecting? Because it allows the RFB-C to be the first truly ambidextrous .308 Win Bullpup ever developed. The patented, dual-extractor system maintains control of the case from the moment it leaves the magazine and upon firing, pulls the fired case from the chamber and lifts them to push them into an ejection chute above the barrel, where they exit. The Bullpup configuration and tilting-block mechanism allow the 18.5" model to be only ~26.7" long, or as much as 14" shorter in overall length than its competitors with equal barrel lengths. Furthermore, the stock and mechanism cross-section is similar to a conventional rifle, in stark contrast to existing Bullpup rifles. The RFB-C is also the safest Bullpup ever developed because the breech is separated from the shooters face by two layers of 1.6 mm steel. In the highly unlikely event of a case rupture, gas expansion is directed downwards through the magazine well to protect the shooters head and face.
The PLR-22 pistol is chambered for the popular and economical .22 Long Rifle cartridge (.22LR). It is based on the 5.56mm NATO chambered PLR-16 pistol and shares many parts including the grip and front and rear sights. The PLR-22 is not a simple conversion kit, it is a standalone firearm chambered for the .22LR and is designed for target shooting, plinking, or small game hunting. The PLR-22 and SU-22 operate by blowback action and have a 4140 steel bolt that rides on steel guide rails inside the polymer receiver. The ejector is attached to one of the guide rails and the recoil spring is located above the barrel. The cross-bolt safety and magazine release operate identically to the PLR-16 and SU-16.
The PLR-22 and SU-22 will accept many of the same accessories as the PLR-16 and SU-16 including the slings, stocks, and compact forend. The rear sight is adjustable for windage and the front sight is adjustable for elevation. An integrated picatinny rail on top will accept a multitude of sighting options. A semi-transparent magazine is included and it will accept magazines designed for the Atchison M-16 conversion.
The SUB-2000 is a self-loading carbine for pistol cartridges. Different versions of the SUB-2000 will accept most modern handgun magazines; see below for a complete list. The SUB-2000 has a greatly enhanced accuracy and extended range compared to a handgun. The superior precision is also very useful against small or partially covered targets at shorter range. The amount of training to master the SUB-2000 is only a fraction of that required for a handgun. The SUB RIFLE-2000 has been developed from our highly successful SUB-9 rifle. Although retaining some features of the old rifle, the SUB-2000 is a completely new design. Emphasis has been put on consumer safety, but without impeding the performance. Polymers are used to a large extent, resulting in increased durability and reduced price. The SUB-2000 is available in 9 mm Luger or .40 S&W calibers.
The SU-16F is the Canadian version of the SU-16A2 and is a gas operated, semi-auto loading rifle chambered in .223 Rem caliber. It is intended to be the perfect everyman's sport and utility rifle. The rifling is 1 turn in 9 inches, right hand twist. Several unique features make the SU-16F a versatile sporting firearm, including:
The PMR-30 is a light weight, full size pistol chambered for the flat-shooting .22 Magnum cartridge (.22 WMR). The PMR-30 operates on a unique hybrid blowback/locked-breech system. This operation system allows for the use of a wide variety of ammunition as it seamlessly adjusts between locked breach and blowback operation, depending on the pressure of the cartridge. It uses a double stack magazine of a new design that holds 30 rounds and fits completely in the grip of the pistol. The Canadian model holds 10. The trigger is a crisp single action with an over-travel stop. The manual safety is a thumb activated ambidextrous safety lever (up for SAFE, down for FIRE). The slide locks back after the last shot and a manual slide lock lever is also provided. The light, crisp trigger pull and fiber optic sights make the PMR-30 ideal for target shooting and hunting small game.
RFBc stands for Rifle, Forward-ejecting Bullpup (Canadian edition). Why forward-ejecting? Because it allows the RFB to be the first truly ambidextrous .308 Win Bullpup ever developed.
Similar in design to the RFB, the Kel-Tec Shotgun (KSG) holds 14+1 rounds of 12 gauge 2-3/4" shells. With a durable hardened steel receiver and stock made of Zytel, over and under picatinny rails and built in sling loops, the KSG is ready for home defense, 3-gun matches or a day at the range.
The SU-16F is a highly customizable .223 manufactured specifically for the Canadian market.
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