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Kel-Tec RDB-S Survival 223/5.56 16" Green 20rd
Caliber: .223Rem 5.56x45mm
Weight Unloaded: 5lbs
Magazine Capacity: 20 or any AR15 compatible magazine
Overall Length: 26.1”
Barrel Length: 16.1”
Twist Rate: 1:7”
Trigger Pull: 4lbs
style="line-height: 150%"> The RDB™ is the new definition of bullpup. Its downward shell ejection system eliminates the side ejection disadvantage of ordinary bullpups. The result is brass and gas that eject out of your line of sight making it a truly ambidextrous, high performance rifle for everyone. The RDB is also adjustable for a wide variety of ammunition and makes for an excellent suppressor host. It’s definitely the bullpup done right.
MPN#: RDB20GRN

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Gross

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To me this is way too expensive...I bought a RFB for $20 less that shoots 308 just last month.

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Unfortunately it's a result of the big gun buying panic. Everything is hundreds of dollars more than it should be right now. I actually lucked out same as you on an RFB. Bought one of the 24 inch models right before the whole panic started for $999. Now RFB's are $1,300 at the cheapest lol.

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Normally don't comment on something being overpriced. This seems to be the exception. Too expensive

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thats things uglier than a turd in a pickle jar... ffuuuggglly!

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Also, that front sight looks like it'd bend/break if you dropped it. Not a feature I'd want in a "survival rifle".

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I want to like Kel-Tec stuff but I'm still pissed off at my KSG-25. It's less than a year old, but has jammed up/had ejection issues since the first time out. I don't want to send it back to Kel-Tec because there's a pretty big debate in CO as to whether it's legal. The stupid high-capacity magazine law is so convoluted in regards to shotguns, I'm not sure if I'd get it back if they swapped it. I'm guessing they'd just repair it, but I still remember Bushmaster sending me a brand new Carbon 15 when I realized one of the screw holes for the rail was stripped (cracked probably, from a bubble during molding). They could've just replaced the upper, but I had to go through the FFL process again.

Maybe I'll call them and see if they'll send me parts/instructions on how to do it myself. I've looked online and can only find how the first gen had this problem.

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A true survival rifle wouldn’t be something you have to go through an FFL to purchase.

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What does that even mean? Are you going to make a rifle out of black iron, a spring, nail, and a crude trigger and expect to 'survive' longer than 3 minutes after TEOTWAWKI?

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Come on man, this is the only true shtf gun....

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What makes this a SHTF gun? Actually wondering

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Reliable, accurate, common ammo, lethal at range; most of the rest is just bs. AR's fit the bill but can be finicky, Ak's have an ammo disadvantage, unless vodka in your area is more plentiful than potable water. 300blk is my new go to, but I'm counting rounds. Diversity is the real winner, and the AR platform has it spades.

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YES

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