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Posted: 5/3/2004 3:12:47 PM EST
Talk about light weight. Sheesh! My big question is....how accurate is it. Unless is is reasonably accurate for a $450 rifle, it's a dog. If it is accurate, then I think they'll sell all they can make for some time to come.

It's a neat little weapon. The bi-pods are frightfully flimsy and their latches are spring-loaded plastic. The buttstock will hold two of the factory mags. I didn't think to try a full-sized mag to see if it would stay in place. The factory mags are only 10-rounders, so the GI 20 and 30 round mags will protrude noticably.

The design is an AR bolt head with a gas-op piston. Wish I could have shot it. The guy at the gun shop said he was allotted one rifle and he decided to put it in stock.

To paraphrase Elliott Gould in The Dirty Dozen: Very pretty, General, but can it shoot?

Regards,
Mahatma
Link Posted: 5/3/2004 5:00:49 PM EST
Chrome line the barrel and I might be interested.
Link Posted: 5/4/2004 3:54:27 AM EST
My dad ordered one as soon as they came out. Actually, i think he waited for it for about two months because they pushed back the release date. It is a verry accurate rifle. It has a built in rail for scopes and other optics. I had 2 aftermarket mags that my ar does not like and but they fed the keltec without problems.

The 10 rounders it come with have a raised plastic portion on either side of the mag that matches with an indention on the mag well. In onther words, the kel tec mags do not work in my ar. My favorite part was that you remove a pin and the rifle folds in half.

The only problem we had was breaking it down for cleaning after shooting, but I think this was due to infamilarity.
Link Posted: 5/4/2004 4:07:40 AM EST
If it was ~$300 I'd buy one in a heartbeat to throw in the truck.
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