Kel-Tec KSG Bullpup Shotgun.....

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    Want badly......:wow::wow::wow::wow:

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    Kel-Tec KSG bullpup Shotgun
    Yes, it's civilian legal, identical size to the RFB, just a little wider.
    Cylinder bore 12 gage-2.75. 14+1 rounds.
    manually switched dual-tube mag (7 each)
    bottom ejecting
    Available 2011
    MSRP not yet set
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    oh god i must have this i wonder what the price will be
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    Supposedly around $600-700, probably $1,000 for a while unless they dump a bunch on the market at one time.

    I will definitely own one of these.....:thumbup:
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    under 1k and it will be mine.
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    Anyone have any more info on this gun?
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    Kel-tec has not even officially introduced it yet.

    This is the only info that I can find.

    Kel-Tec KSG bullpup Shotgun
    Yes, it's civilian legal, identical size to the RFB, just a little wider.
    Cylinder bore 12 gage-2.75. 14+1 rounds.
    manually switched dual-tube mag (7 each)
    bottom ejecting
    Available 2011
    MSRP not yet set
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    if only they made this in semi auto with a drum.....
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    **MUST HAVE**
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    I despise KelTec pistols, but even I might want one of those...as long as it is not too pricey. I could never spend top dollar on a KelTec product.
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    There pistols may not be much but I think the RFB has worked out well for them. Every review I have read seems to favore them and a lot even say if you were used to there pistols well this is a new concept. I look forward to this shotgun and yes if it is not over 1K I might have to jump on board. With 14 rounds would make a sleek HD shotty.
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    Ohh, another want from kel tec, like the pmr and rfb, too bad I don't trust them with the first pos I bought from them; though I'll give them a call and see if anything can be done for my sub 2000, or whatever it is.

    Ohh, so you can have both buckshot and slugs in separate mags.
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    Yep....:thumbup:
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    will even work with the Aguila's. About the only shotgun that Aguila says will work with them is the Win 1300. Of which I have one and guess what it's loaded with?

    Might not matter, I WANT ONE!!!

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    your experience must be different than mine! I've had several KT's and have had very little trouble with them. Two P-40's and both with the .357 SIG barrels in them. In fact one of the P-40's was a P-9 converted with a P-40 top end. I also have a P-3AT and a SU-16C.

    If you limp wrist them you will have troubles. The P-40 with the .357 SIG barrel is a handful to shoot, but a good dependable carry weapon.


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    Just what I "need" for no reason at all.
    Want one too.:thumbup:
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