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Where to buy a new or used Kel-tec SU-16CA?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Oleg Volk, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

    Can't find one anywhere under $750...is that the new going price?
  2. grimjaw

    grimjaw Well-Known Member

    Both Impact Guns and Sporting Arms list it for ~$550 before shipping and transfer, but I don't think either have it in stock.

  3. Greysand

    Greysand Well-Known Member

    Gunbroker & Auction Arms seem to have a few at or around $550.



    Keep an eye on the CalGuns for sale forums. Now that we can have AR's there seems to be one or two a month up for sale. Pretty good prices too.



    Impact Guns has them listed, but is out of stock at the moment. They are taking orders and will likely honor the $546.95 price thou. They do have the SU-16B in stock if you don't need the "CA" persay.

  4. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

    I specifically want the CA model. C stock was not comfortable, B has no threaded muzzle.
  5. Greysand

    Greysand Well-Known Member

  6. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

    Thank you -- just ordered from them.
  7. silverlance

    silverlance Well-Known Member

    Someone beat me to it. I bought my SU16 CA from DD's Ranch a while back myself. Price was Gunbroker $535.00 BIN and I thought it was an excellent deal at the time. Here in Van Nuys they are selling for about $650 to $750. The CA is especially hard to find.

    DD's Ranch is very good but slow in shipping. Check your gun after you get it and make sure that it is not damaged as I received my SU16 with a broken box. Part of the gun was dented a little bit but given that it is polymer the dent didn't matter much at all. More like a bit of plastic rubbed in a bit.

    I would also suggest that you get your extractor replaced with a DPMS extractor for better performance. The stock one seems to cause a lot of jams in a lot of guns. In my own I replaced the extractor and also replaced the "brass defletor" bolt handle with the original rounded knob bolt handle. Rifle became flawless after that.
  8. Texfire

    Texfire Well-Known Member

    I'm with you on the "C" stock Oleg. I'm thinking about seeing if I could order a Bravo stock for my Charlie model. Love it otherwise now that it ejects reliably.


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