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  1. 22shot

    22shot New Member

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    Reading the latest...

    There are topics about the new .22 "tactical" black plastic wannabees in here; but this thing knocks dacorum right out of the park!

    Introducing the PMR-30; a 30(!) rd, .22WMR semi auto pistol!

    KelTecWeapons.com

    I just might be the first on my block to get one!

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  2. firelegs22

    firelegs22 New Member

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    if it feeds well, i'll be right behind you
  3. Zane71464

    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    +1 on that...just read about those and I'm thinking HECK YEAH!!!
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    flyingtiger85 Well-Known Member

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    That's some serious firepower.If it doesn't jam and isn't super exspensive it look's like a fun gun.
  5. 22shot

    22shot New Member

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    This thing has my interest because of the 30 rd clip. I know .22WMR aren't "manstoppers"; but with this gun I think they will get the message!

    Looks kind of plasticky; and it's about $400; but I'm going to handle one and see how I like it.

    The pic is from their website.

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  6. aa1911

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    if it works better than Walther/S&W's P-22, I'm in.... especially if she holds 30 shots!
  7. gendoikari87

    gendoikari87 Former Guest

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    I was going to get one of those as my plinking gun, but A) it's expensive, B) the ammos ... well not expensive but not cheap either at least not as cheap as 22lr. , That being said with 30 rounds in WMR if you must have one pistol to cover both plinking and defense, it might be worth a look. I mean 22wmr isn't a real killer round but it beats a 22lr, not to mention with 30 rounds you can just keep pumping them out. To quote some of my 40k friends. DAKKA DAKKA DAKKA
  8. Zane71464

    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    I would like to handle one and shoot one to see how accurate. If the two go hand in hand, I mean 30rds! 22 WMR isnt like a large caliber but, they do have some "zing" to them. And the price isnt all that bad either if it turns out to be a good working, accurate pistol.
  9. Regular Joe

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    For the money, I'd sooner get a Glock 17 with 33 round magazines, and shoot cheap ammo thru it. Just tonight, I saw the 100 round "white box" at Wallys for $22. The Glock costs more initially, but the difference in ammo costs offsets that as you go along. That way, you have the option for ammo that really is substantial.
    There is NO .22 WMR that is loaded for pistol length barrels, so you're getting very dismal performance from ammo that costs as much or more than 9mm.
    I suppose that Kel-Tec is counting on the perception that this is a less expensive version of that FN thing that fires 5.56x28mm. The FN ammo is designed to work in that barrel length, but even that is wimpy, compared to 9x19.
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