Yeah, it's pretty easy to pay too much for a KelTek. I have a few of their products and have never paid over MSRP. Well, once, but that was for a feakin' KSG. Had to be done.Numerous threads on this already.
Mine has been flawless.
Not one single problem in 400? rounds.
The early ones seemed to have problems with accuracy and failures to load, etc.
I can only speak about mine.... which is awesome.
I paid a normal price (310 bucks) and the inflated prices are RIDICULOUS.
Took a month to the day from the time I ordered it to get it.
Hopefully the bugs are worked out now, I know the one I have played with is very ammo sensitive. Some works great and other stuff wont run at all. I don't remember what was what though.Got mine to the range today for the first time. Damn that thing was fun. Its as loud as my 357 and shoots flames out the front the size of a dinner plate. Even if I was shooting blanks it would have been fun.
The mags were easy to load despite the reports to the contrary. No function problems.
Not jaded here or I would not have asked the question. Shoot a earlier one and you will know exactly what I'm referring to. I'm no hater either. I love the concept but the ONE I have shot has the issues I talked about earlier, Hence the post.Or maybe your too damn jaded.
You could probably do one of those bridge mounts for a red dotI have one and put on the Burris mini red dot first thing. I had to buy the mounting plate. The sight is carried along with the slide in the auto load cycle. 9 good shots and down hill from there. Took it to the gunsmith and found the mass of the sight could not be compensated. It failed to pick up the next round. With the sight off, no problems.
Good luck, Roy