For the keltec lovers or haters....

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    The sub2000 is definately on my short list of future firearms. And the PMR30 would be the perfect defensive handgun for my mother.

    Just got a PF9 last week as a pizza delivery gun. Need to make another holster for it though.

    Yeah.... I am a rather large kel tec fan.
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    Kel-tecs are ok they aint bad or they aint great they are in between.

    if i was piss poor then i would have to buy Kel-tec guns to fill my gun safe
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    The PMR-30 is a great idea and a perfect plinking gun. In fact I would venture to say its like a baby five seven. Hand held 30 round .22 mag gun? Hell yeah!
    There is something about firing 4,200 thirty millimeter rounds/min that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

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    I am going to get me a sub 2k too. i hear they are around 300. pretty good for a carbine that takes glock mags....and the pmr-30 a .22 mag is not the ideal SD round somewhere around round 20 out of the barrel its going to start stinging. Definately a nice plinker.
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    i wouldnt say i am piss poor but i am far from well off. i have a pf9,and a p32. Love both. i carry the 9 finace carries the 32. It is nice. i couldnt justify paying 4x as much for a bigger but comparable sized gun. yeah i have made modifications to this gun to make it feel like i wanted but my time is well worth the difference in price. plus i know this gun well.
    brother got a lcp, comparing it to the p32 it is more clean, but i dont like how the slide doesnt lock on an empty mag.
    plus if i have issues i can call keltec and get parts shipped no charge and they dont void my warranty for doing my own work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phair12 View Post
    brother got a lcp, comparing it to the p32 it is more clean, but i dont like how the slide doesnt lock on an empty mag.
    You cannot compare the Ruger LCP to the Kel-Tec P32 because they are different designs and chambered in different calibers.

    The LCP is a virtual copy of the Kel-Tec P3AT. They are both are chambered in .380, not .32. The P3AT slide does not lock back when empty, same as with the LCP. It has no slide lock of any kind. The LCP slide lock is only manually (finger) activated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9mmPro View Post
    Kel-tecs are ok they aint bad or they aint great they are in between.

    if i was piss poor then i would have to buy Kel-tec guns to fill my gun safe


    I work 3 jobs, and have a baby at home. So yep, piss poor, and for the price range decent weapons once you run them through their paces
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    Yea i am not rich either, but nutnfancy carried a SIG compact for years then switched to the pm-9 and now he carries a pf-9. not because the keltec is cheap, it is because it works. a friend has a Beretta that cost alot more than my pf-9 and he has had alot of failures and the gun design has slide cracking problems ....but hey when he is confronted by a BG he can pull his pretty, expensive Beretta out and hope it goes BANG.
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    2)Pray they get there in time." - A wise man

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    Quote Originally Posted by targus View Post
    So, where are they now?
    I traded the p32 about 12 years ago , don,t remember what gun I got.
    The same thing with the p40, but I missed the p32 so much I replace it with a new one two weeks ago when I bought a LCP.

    I also have a PF9 that I like a lot, so of the 4 I still have 2 ,a
    p32 and a pf9
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    Oh yeah... A 30 min video of his on a single knife make you want to put said knife to your own throat!

    But take it for what it's worth.
    Well keep in mind Nutnfancy has done like over 600 videos on Youtube, has tens of thousands of subscribers. What are the odds you're going to like every single video? Okay, he goes into exhasutive detail in his reviews. Move the slidy bar ahead if you want to, but some people like/need the detail.

    He's done some great survival-type videos also, check out the one on how to build a deer snare. That's a useful skill.

    I think his gun videos are very well done, okay sometimes a bit long but so what, the detail is there.

    I admire his dedication - his videos on "Obligation of Carry" and "The Concealed Carry Protocol" are great, IMHO, getting people to think about concealed carry and why/if it's right for them. It helped me make up my mind, and based on his number of views and subscribers, I'd say plenty of others as well.
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