Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
"Slap that trigger, flip that switch!" It sounds like a cast line from The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
"Fix or fling?" My first thought was "-wing? Definitely fixed."
I liked the concept of the KSG. I loved the packaging- it's very compact. I hate the price (over eight Benjamins... you're talking two 870s for that). With this, I'll not only give it a miss, but I'll run the other way. If you're going to charge that for a pump gun, it had better WORK.
I cringe every time I see Kel-Tec come up with yet another good idea, because I fear it's going to be made of crap. So keep up the brainstorming, Kel-Tec, you guys have some really neat ideas.But face it, the Second Coming of JMB (pbuh) you ain't never gonna be.
Just wanted to thank you for the link. You are currently second only to Instapundit (!) in passing traffic my way.The Kel-Tec matter reminds me that I have an essay on designers, inventors, engineers, and technicians percolating in the mind. Perhaps it will complete itself soon.Regards,Ric
It's too bad. I do hope they fix it. I love my sub2000.
I was told might be ready for market in 4th quarter at the earliest. Production line does not exist yet.Expected retail $880.Handling felt good to this left-hander.
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