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I scored one of these unicorns today, though I had it on order for a few weeks.

Sort of an AR pistol design, has a charging handle like an AR and M-LOK attachment on the frame.

I hadn't seen one in the flesh until it arrived, it's a big pistol. It's next to my old STI Trojan..makes the 1911 look like a sub compact.

Haven't had a chance to try it out yet, but loading 33 rounds in the mags wasn't overly difficult, and unloading 33 rounds was easy.

Range report to come, but the really went nuts with this.





 

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I can't decide if beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But the looks have grown on me. Everything I've read on this keltec is very positive. I own a sub 2000 gen 2 in 9 mm. And it's a great little rifle. Looks like it could be a good seller. Give us a range report.
 

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I've put about 1k rounds through it now, all copper plated HV ammo. It ate the Federal, Winchester, and Remington golden bullets perfectly so far.

Loading the mag correctly is key, the rounds have to sort pop up when you slide them into the magazine. That's the only thing you have to watch. The mags got easier to load after the first range session.

It has a very nice trigger, little more recoil than I expected, but it is very accurate. So far so good.
 

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I take it the bolt runs inside the upper receiver? I agree with Redcat; what's it look like torn down?

The idea of splaying rounds in the magazine seems to be gaining traction. The P365 mags use this, and the Smith 15-22 does as well. Great idea to deal with tapered/rimmed rounds.
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