New 2015 KelTec Sub 2000 - Our initial impressions

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  1. CAL30M1

    CAL30M1
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    KelTec sent us one of their new generation Sub2000's in .40 S&W.
    We give our initial impressions in this video. Long term review coming soon.

     
  2. Reno911

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    I'm thinking that might be the only way to get one. If they send it to you.
     
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  3. Chee-to

    Chee-to
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  4. raftman

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    Curious to see how it actually performs over time. Admittedly skeptical that Kel-Tec can offer anything resembling long-term durability though.
     
  5. slimer13

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    Exactly.
    I'd still like to own one but these things should be $300.
     
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  6. ConcreteJungle

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    I've always wanted one as a back-pack / truck gun...but they're hard to find in 9mm and IMO it's over priced at $500.
    If the price drops to $350 i'll pick up 2, one is each caliber. :D
     
  7. KTM530XCW

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    2 years ago that would have been a good price. But since you can currently buy an AR for $500... yeah...
     
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  8. RVTECH

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    No skepticism about it with me after owning one - pretty much confirmed. Cheesiest gun I have EVER owned.
     
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  9. raftman

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    Exactly! Heck I've even been seeing the occasional AR priced in the high $400's. Hard to justify paying the same price for a rifle whose action consists primary of a tube, a spring, and a bolt.
     
  10. SVT-ROY

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    I would love one,but unfortunately the Beretta models are impossible to find for sale. If anyone sees one drop me a line, I would be most grateful and bring you some BBQ for the "shack"
     

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