I'm sorry you feel that way,I have two P3AT's I've had for several years now and after a fluff and buff I haven't had any problems with them and I shoot them often.Kel Tec guns are for the most part garbage. Interesting concepts, poor manufacturing. If they work the kinks out great and the following is a sample of one. But it doesn't breed confidence.
Why feel sorry?I'm sorry you feel that way,I have two P3AT's I've had for several years now and after a fluff and buff I haven't had any problems with them and I shoot them often.
Strike that.. Watched the YT video and the reviewer could barely get 1 round in 10 down the chute!.. What a disaster THAT was.. I'm officially spooked for good, great price not withstanding... bobDid you see that price???. In a few months, they will be selling at $125-150 and thats with THREE! 16 round magazines!!!.. No brainer.. I can't own those mags here in NY, but that looks like a lot of .22 for really short money... bob
Yes, but they have to actually function.. That .22 was a MESS.... bobI have owed two Kel Tec's in my life. The first was the P3AT. Sold it to fund the Ruger LCP. The second is a Gen 1 Sub 2000. Bought it used at a gun show. It would seem the previous owner had been running either steel or aluminum cased ammo through the gun and it just didn't work right. Sent the gun back to Kel Tec and they rebuilt it giving me a almost brand new gun. It has ran perfect ever since.. My P3AT worked just fine and I never had any problems with it. I have never had a problem with inexpensive weapons, . They allow some in a lower income bracket the ability to defend themselves.
I agree there is crap out there for cheap money and there is crap out there for serious money ( Don't like Kimber). I am talking about guns like Hi points and the like. I have found them ugly heavy, bulky, and reliable. I have not watched the video but I don't like to buy trash.Yes, but they have to actually function.. That .22 was a MESS.... bob