The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
This constitutes "news" in the USSA? Too bad the MSM can't be bothered to investigate F&F, Benghazi, Solyndra, the IRS targeting of conservative groups, etc. I know it's TMZ and all...but really.
Well I can't fault him in his interest in the gun. If they all turn out like mine, it is a good choice.Now if only people would STOP advertising what, where, and how he was doing things, he just might get along a little better.
Probably not a bad choice - and they can be had - for about 2-3 times MSRP - of course he has a bit more discretionary funds now thanks to several groups. Me, I don't really need one ;-)
I like the concept, but I wonder if it performs as advertized?
How about the Akdal 1919!
New Coalition to Stop Gun Violence commercial using audio from Zimmerman 911 tapes:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUKzDANF6QU
I paid right at retail, ie less than eight hundred. From what I have seen on the auctions people are getting raped!As far a performance is concerned, she works just fine!
Heh Saiga 12 if a semi is needed makes much more sense. Mossy 509 if not. Kel-Tec has issues on that shotty.
Gun Tests magazine tested the Kel Tec KSG shotgun in their Nov. 2012 issue. Some quotes:"Kel-Tec KSG 3-Inch 12 Gauge, $1075The KSG (Kel-Tec Shotgun) is Kel-Tec CNC’s first entry into the shotgun market. Its size, shape, and design are similar to the RFB rifle, but the KSG ejects downward, instead of forward. The KSG weighs a shade over 7 pounds and measures only 26.1 inches long, as compact as legally possible without NFA papers. But capacity is the real story here. The internal dual tube magazines hold an impressive 14 rounds of 12 gauge 23⁄4-inch shells (seven per tube) and 12 3-inch rounds (six per tube)." "The shooter manually selects which magazine to use by switching a 3-position lever, located behind the pistol grip. If the selector is in the middle, the gun merely ejects the round and doesn’t pop out another shell. Turning the lever to one side brings the magazine on that side into the feed cycle. When one magazine is empty, the shooter manually changes the feed direction by switching the lever. The shooter loads rounds one by one through the large loading/ejection port located at the bottom of the gun behind the pistol grip. Empty shells are ejected straight down through the same port.""Flipping between the two magazine tubes is not the smoothest thing, we found. You can’t be casual about it. It takes a hard push to make the selector click over every time. To cycle the action, the shooter has to pull the polymer forend back and forth, ejecting the spent shell and loading a fresh one. A swinging wedge located inside the top of the bolt engages the barrel extension, locking the barrelf. Dual operating bars connect the sliding forend to the bolt.""The gun was outfitted with two Picatinny rails, a plastic grooved rail on the foregrip and a metal one that runs along the top of the gun. The KSG does not ship with sights, so we shot it that way initially. Much to our surprise, the gun was very easy to shoot without sights. We were able to hit zombie pig targets with slugs up to 25 yards away. We also shot the gun without a vertical foregrip. While the gun will function without a vertical foregrip, it was not nearly as easy to work.""Our Team Said: On the second gun, we had only one failure to feed after shooting several hundred additional rounds. Because it’s a pump, it doesn’t require the same level of maintenance as gas systems on the semi-autos do, and it will shoot and cycle just about anything of any power level you stuff in it, unlike the Saiga. We didn’t like that the KSG ejects spent shells straight down into your pump arm, and we learned that we preferred working it with a grip.""With a laser/light front grip and an EOTech holographic sight fitted on this weapon, the KSG would be ready for just about anything from contact distance out to 50 yards, enabling the shooter to engage with shotshells and slugs at will. There are many good fighting shotguns on the market, but no others are quite as handy and possess as much firepower as the Kel-Tec KSG."
So......We're starting to see stories, positive and negative, about people taking Joe Biden's expert advice to heart.;-)
Joe Biden who?:D
If I were him, and money were no object, I'd hire a group of ex-Israeli special forces as my own personal body guards, and get the best plastic surgeon that money can buy to change to appearance.
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