While visiting the booth at Kel-Tec to check out the new Survival RDB and KSG-25, something caught my eye along the display wall of guns. It was a CMR-30 with a long handguard. I was surprised because I had made something very similar back in December 2015 and posted it [Read More…]
With the Kel-Tec RDB’s arriving on store shelves and a healthy supply of RFB’s across the market, Kel-Tec has expanded the RDB-C line to include their new survival model. Built with a 16″ barrel, and 26.1 inch over-all length, it’s designed an [Read More…]
Chad Enos of Kel-Tec is posing with his Gen 2 Sub2000. It has a red dot and Kel-Tec flashlight attached to the side. I like the framing of the side view mirror so you can see what he is aiming at. It is clever mise-en-scène.
Chad Enos of Kel-Tec recently posted this up. A Navy Blue Sub2000 Gen2. Not too many blue carbines out there other than a couple custom jobs and the Iron Patriot AR from JP Enterprises. It is certainly different and it actually looks rather good. I may have to send my [Read More…]
Nathan S. did a great review of the Salvo 12. However there were a couple shotguns he did not test it on. I got my hands on a Salvo 12 and put it on a variety of different shotguns with varying loads. I went on a hunt for low velocity rounds. I found a box […] [Read More…]
According to the New York Post, Rikers Island Guards are getting Kel-Tec Shotguns and receiving training from US Corrections Special Operations Group. The USCSOG have been using Kel-Tec weapons for quite some time. NYC’s Department of Corrections plan to spend [Read More…]
There is a lot going on with this Kel-Tec Sub2000 Gen 2. First it is a modified version that is now a takedown model. While not approved by Kel-Tec and would certainly void any warranty, it is an interesting design. While the concept of a takedown is intriguing on other [Read More…]
TFBTV is giving away a custom red / engraved Kel-Tec P3AT. All members of TFBTV Patreon supporters Team TFB subscribers are eligible to enter. We will randomly select a winner on 1 July 2016. To enter either Support us on Patreon (which support TFBTV) or Join Team TFB (which support blogging here [Read More…]
In this episode of TFBTV, James gives viewers a brief rundown of why he likes the humble Kel-Tec P3AT as a pocket pistol for concealed carry. At just $200, there aren’t a lot of features, but it works and it is certainly concealable. Watch the video for James’ explanation.
Its a shame that there has not been a larger aftermarket for the Kel-Tec Sub 2000. Despite the near universal praise of the 1st generation platform, Kel-Tec only produced a fraction of what the market demanded. Now on the equally praised 2nd generation, Kel-Tec has [Read More…]
You read the title to this article correctly. George Zimmerman is attempting to sell his Kel-Tec PF-9 9mm used in the controversial Trayvon Martin case. Zimmerman finally received his firearm back from the U.S. Department of Justice 4 years after he was acquitted [Read More…]
Not content to have their current products always out of stock, Kel Tec is pushing to release new products this year that will likewise almost always be out of stock. Sitting down with Tim from Military Arms Channel, Kel Tec front-man Chad breaks down some of the [Read More…]
The Kel-Tec PLR-16 (Pistol Long Range) is an impressively light 5.56 caliber pistol that shares the same action as the SU-16 rifles. In this field strip, we take a look at one that has been SBRed and take it apart. Transcript … – [Voiceover] Hey guys, it’s Alex C with TFBTV and for [Read More…]
Down at Big 3 East I got a chance to check out AMTAC Suppressors. They make an over the barrel suppressor. Similar in basic concept as the OSS suppressors only the AMTAC cans have a traditional baffle system. Over the barrel suppressors allow the user to maintain their [Read More…]
The concept of a stockless – or “bullpup” – rifle has been around since the very dawn of the 20th Century, when it was invented in the United Kingdom, the country with which it still is most closely associated. After World War II, the concept [Read More…]
Today, the lightweight pocket 9mm handgun market is flooded with options, with that configuration being one of the major “weapons of choice” for the contemporary concealed handgun carrier. However, in the 1980s, it was a different world. Those few who [Read More…]
Silencer Shop sent me a Surefire Socom 2 RC2 5.56 suppressor and a Bowers USS 22 suppressor to test on my CMR-30. I wanted to see how well they could suppress a common .22 magnum round and how those silencers compared to my SilencerCo SpectreII. Silencer Shop [Read More…]
Here is a video from almost a year ago. Chad, of Kel-Tec, shoots a full auto CMR-30 suppressed. The rate of fire is rather impressive. Here is an even older video from 2010 of a full auto PMR-30 with a stock.
I was looking at alternate Keltec Shotgun choke adapters and came across these somewhat ridiculous upgrades for the Kel-Tec Shotgun. Yes, that is a rail on a rail you see in the photo above. Tactical pointy thingies for your KSG sums it up. There are tactical chokes for [Read More…]
George Kellgren is certainly one of the most inventive small arms designers alive today, although his company Kel-Tec has unfortunately become known for their QC troubles and availability problems more than how inspired the designs are. The latest offering from Kel-Tec [Read More…]
Hank Strange, a longtime friend of TFB, and he was lucky enough to get his hands on a generation 2 Sub-2000. It looks like this could be a real winner! The Kel-Tec Sub-2000 concept is a pistol-caliber carbine that can be folded up for easy transport in a backpack. It is [Read More…]
I am an unabashed bullpup rifle afficianado. While I shoot an AR/ARAK in competition, I am constant pulled back to bullpups as a solution to many problems, especially home defense. Hank Strange gets his strange on shooting the two side-by-side. I have had the liberty [Read More…]