Kel-Tec KSG

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posted on May 3, 2013
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The KSG (Kel-Tec Shotgun) was Kel-Tec's first market introduction. There are many similarities between the KSG and the Forward-ejecting Bullpup (RFB) rifle, but the KSG ejects downward. This firearm weighs 6.9 lbs. and is extremely compact at length 26.1 inches and an 18.5-inch cylinder bore barrel. The magazines hold 12 rounds of 12-gauge 3-inch rounds. The KSG is a pump-action shotgun that feeds from both the left and right tube. Other features include a picatinny rail, forward and rear sling loops and a basic sling. The KSG also comes with a soft rubber butt pad to help reduce recoil. The KSG has an MSRP of $1,197.

For more information about the KSG and other products, visit KelTecWeapons.comor check out the video below.

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