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Keltec PMR 30?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by mxbob, Dec 30, 2010.

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  1. mxbob

    mxbob Member

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    I am considering one of these, anyone here got one? I would like a less biased report than the ones on KTOG. Sounds like loading the mags is a pain.
    TIA
    Bob Ray
     
  2. frankiestoys

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    I don't own one ,but considered one myself. After seeing one at the last show i was not impressed the gun is just plain ugly and had a cheap toy like feeling for the money i would consider something else. Im not trying to offend you its your money, but i own a variety of firearms expensive and inexpensive i wouldn't buy this one. Theres better pistols to spend your hard earned money on.
     
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  3. PTK

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    I like mine, but the magazine loading is indeed a pain. Inexpensive, high capacity, lightweight, relatively thin, yes, ugly, and quieter than the 5.7x28 cartridge.
     
  4. TimboKhan

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    Possibly, but there is no other pistol that is semi-automatic, super high capacity and in .22mag. I don't care if it's ugly, as long as it works.
     
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    I shot about three or four mags through one last month.

    I really like this one. Not a whole bunch of them out there right now.

    Once the craze is over, ie gsg-5, I'm gonna get me one.

    jjs
     
  6. Lateck

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    Own one! Love IT!!!!! :neener:

    Yes, the magazines are a little bit of a pain to load the last 5 rounds.... BUT....

    IT'S a blast to shoot all 30 rounds....:what: :eek: :)

    I have put about 300 rounds through mine and no problems other then it is picky with some brands of ammo.... (Some keyhole)

    Yes, it is some what fugly but it's light and easy in the hands....
    Sights are real nice.

    I'm waiting on the RMR-30....:D

    Lateck,
     
  7. Pancho

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    I just got mine two weeks ago after a 5 month wait. The cost was $299.95 and it is well worth it.
    Loading it with 30 rounds is a pain so I now split a box between the two clips and it's not bad at all and I've not had one feed problem.
    Field stripping for the first time is a bit scary. It just doesn't come apart as smoothly as the instructions state.
    My first impression was that it was ugly and too light to be a real gun. My range and field time to date has endeared my to it a lot.
    I agree with Timbokhan 22 mag 30 rounds in a reliable semi-pistol for $299.95+tax is unique.
    It has become my go to gun for roaming my property. It will take anything from squirrel to coyote. and the ammo is relatively cheap.
     
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