New Products from Kel-Tec

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posted on January 16, 2013
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Kel-Tec is always good for an innovative new release or two, and its booth at SHOT Show 2013 didn't disappoint.

The company was showing off a pair of upcoming rifles—one of which we'll feature here—and some of its more popular in-production models. Lead Design Engineer Tobias Obermeit stopped to show us the soon-to-be-released RMR-30 and the already popular RFB Rifle.

The RMR-30 is expected to hit the market in mid-2013, and will be chambered in .22 Mag. It's lightweight and features a collapsible stock, and Kel-Tec is pitching it as an ideal target rifle or small-game gun.

RMR-30 Technical Specifications:

Caliber: .22WMR
Barrel Length: 16"
Overall Length: 22.5" to 29.9"
Weight Loaded: 4 lbs.

To get a closer look at Kel-Tec's latest offerings, check out the video below:

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