Video: Kel-Tec KSG Review

posted on June 20, 2015
The KSG was Kel-Tec's first entry into the shotgun market, and it was clear from the beginning that they weren't creating just another sporting arm. This was designed from the ground up with self-defense in mind.

The shotgun's dual tubular magazines makes it appealing to law enforcement and 3-Gun shooters, where fast reloading is important. It has a three-position lever which dictate which tube can be loaded or drawn from when the gun is in action. 

Learn more by watching this American Rifleman TV segment hosted by Joe Kurtenbach.

For further reading on the KSG, please enjoy the following articles:

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