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The KSG is Kel-Tec's first entry into the shotgun market.ᅠ The size, shape and design are similar to the currently available Kel-Tec RFB rifle, but the KSG ejects downward, instead of forward.ᅠ The KSG weighs 6.9lbs and is as compact as legally possible with a 26.1" overall length and an 18.5" cylinder bore barrel.ᅠ Even with this compact size, the internal dual tube magazines hold an impressive 14 rounds of 12 gage 2-3/4" rounds (7 per tube).ᅠ The simple and reliable pump action feeds from either the left or right tube.ᅠ The feed side is manually selected by a lever located behind the trigger guard.ᅠ The lever can be positioned in the center detent in order to easily clear the chamber without feeding another round from either magazine.ᅠ A cross bolt style safety blocks the sear, and the pump release lever is located in front of the trigger guard. The pump includes an under Picatinny rail for the mounting of a forward grip, or a light or laser.ᅠ The included top Picatinny sight rail will accept many types of optics or iron sights.ᅠ Forward and rear sling loops are built in, and a basic sling is included.ᅠ The soft rubber butt pad helps to tame recoil. MSRP has not been officially been set, but Kel-Tec is forecasting somewhere in the $800.00 range.

Manufacturer: Kel-tec Cnc Industries

Manufacturer part number: KSG

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Damn this is cheap I hate going on this website

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(Double post)

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Maybe some people care more about capacity than looking "cool." Huh....

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WooHoo2You is right. Besides, what do you care if people buy this or not? Additionally, you trying to justify other people's "needs" is ridiculous.

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Yes DuaneDibbley...wherever you say.

How many times have you been banned now and forced to create a new user name? You post the same crap every time this gun is featured...creature of habit.

BTW, don't tell me how many rounds I "need" you commie antigunner.

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What do you do with this gun? Is the idea like a run and gun? Guns don't need a purpose to exist I get it but.. I agree with the folks here I'd rather have two mossberg 500s or a nice benelli

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Same with those shotguns with the banana magazines. Why? Maybe just to look cool (even thugh it looks pretty stupid).

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I dislike how gun.deals reuses the post comments and ratings even though the sale price fluctuate. Why not start a brand new post? Very misleading.

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Agreed. A link to previous deal comments would be nice.

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Got mine in from sportsman,it’s beautiful and it shot real nice, ridiculously high capacity for a shotgun. One vote for this to be the official issued shotgun for our new Space Force.

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Not a good idea. The recoil will hurl you backwards (unless your jet-pack is out/broke and that was your intended idea).Better stick with the Buck Rogers/Original Battlestar Galactica laser guns.

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Are aliens harmed by 00 buck?

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I just don’t get this thing. I grew up shooting shotguns almost exclusively and I can’t see a place for a plastic high capacity pump gun over a 590 or whatever, especially at the price. Some places charge over $700, that’s almost Benelux terratory! Would this really be your go to over a 590 or benelli?!Especially$700+Thatalmosbenelli ter

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I think I’d prefer a 590 for $300 less or a benelli for $300 more..

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Wow this app butchers my text/won’t let me see what I’m typing/ no editing lol

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I don’t always come to gun.deals comment section for arguments, but when I do I prefer this thread.

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Anyone ever fired this suppressed?

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A mindblowing gun

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Indeed

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got my KSG.
Kel-tec is frowned upon by some and I was a little hesitant on buying this.

but i got the gun and everything on the gun is very TIGHT no slop on anything I can find.
I have not shot it yet, but I do think the fit on the firearm is great.

the size and capacity is great.
i was very skepitical was somewhat regretting my purchase until I picked it up and handled it.
I'll let you know how it runs, thanks!
(I've read don't short shuck this one!)

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Damn, I just bought mine about a month ago at the $690-ish mark, since the lowest I really ever saw these was in the $650 range late last year. That being said, I've never seen these drop into the fives, but since I just saw it now and they're already out of stock I'm not too upset. Absolutely love mine so far, 200+ rounds in and I've not had a single issue.

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Bought one for 569.99 plus the 4.99 shipping. (cheapest I've ever seen it)
Will pick up tomorrow at FFL.

The reviews are hit and miss for this model. (KSG 18.5")
Some say they have had reliability issues, others have had none.
Many say its due to people short stroking the firearm.
From what I've ready you really have to pump it fully and forcefully for this gun to run 100%.
My guess is this one I will get in the "gen 3" model which should have the "kinks" worked out of it since the earlier models.

Also just purchased a Carlson Comp Enforcer muzzle brake for it.

BOTTOM LINE: Serious HD gun or a range toy?
I'll test and see what I think.

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Where did you purchase it for that price? And is the price still the same?

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Two Picatinny rails...one for mounting a forward grip and the other for mounting optics. Because no short-barreled shotgun should be without optics.

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You have never used an RDS on a shotgun obviously. I have a co-witnessed RMR on my Benelli M4. Whatever the dot is on, dies. Also, I can keep both eyes open which is ideal for defense situations.

Given the option, who would NOT want on RDS on a HD shotgun?

I would also assume that the bottom rail is for something that will allow for more effective cycling and grip.

We get it, you don't like it. That doesn't mean anything about the KSG though.

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You are absolutely correct. I have never used a RDS on my home defense shotgun. Never had any trouble hitting anything with it. I have a RDS on my ARs, but my targets are usually more than 10-30 feet away.

"Given the option, who would NOT want on RDS on a HD shotgun?"

If you don't need it, WHY? I recently bought my wife a new car. I could have spent $35K on a Charger R/T. I mean really..."Given the option, who would NOT want a 5.7 L in their car?" But spending $21K instead of $35K on a car a lady will be taking to work every day is the better choice for me. If you want to spend a lot of cash on a really nice holographic sight, an inferred camera, a Corner Shot, a night vision scope, a laser, and just in case...an iron site for this or any 18.5" shotgun, be my guest. If I need a gun for longer range, I will grab my AR or my 30.06. I want to put a large hole in someone @100 yards, I will use my Mossberg 930 with a longer barrel or my Ruger .450, both have a scope. If I want to place 00 buckshot in a guy 5-10 feet away from me that has broken into my home, I grab my Maverick 88 that does not have an optic. If you can't hit a target at that range without a RDS, you need to give up the gun life. None of my pistols have optics on them either. I have that option on most but chose not to. Just like I chose not to spend $800-$2000 on a scope for my rifles.

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Lol

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You could have just said "because they are cost prohibitive" instead of that rant.

We get it, they are too much for you. That doesn't mean other people have trouble swinging a few extra bucks for quality and capability.

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"You could have just said "because they are cost prohibitive" instead of that rant."

But then you would have missed the MAIN point which was "If I don't need it, why buy one"...Oh...it does look like you missed that point as well as decided to be a smart ass assuming I can't afford a simple RDS. Funny where some posters will go to try to degrade when their argument lacks substance. What is next? My sexuality or my lack of schooling?

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"Funny where some posters will go to try to degrade when their argument lacks substance."

Literally every post you make falls under this description.

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Very interesting.Maybe you should rehash some of your posts,hypocrite.For someone who complains about others crying,you do quite a bit of that yourself,son.

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Now the crybaby came here for attention.

Sad man.

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I posted on this post way before you came here.Just agreeing with another poster.As I keep saying..."Very Predictable.Uneducated.Sad life. :D" And you keep proving it with every post you make.

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When did 18.5" barrels become short barrels? Unfortunately, Kel-tec doesn't include even a bead, so some sort of sight system whether irons or a red dot/relfex needs to be added to the top picatinny for some level of accuracy (especially if shooting slugs).

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Since when did an 18.5" barrel become a long barrel??? Since 18" is the limit without getting the NFA involved, I would say 18.5 is on the short side.

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I know if you go into any big box store and ask for the shortest shotgun they have, it will be around 18.5" or longer. Not sure where that guy thought this was a long-barreled shotgun.

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I can understand iron sights. But a scope? On an 18.5" barrel? I have a scope on my Mossberg 930. But it has a long barrel. I would probably shoot my Maverick 88 18.5" at the hip.

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I don't understand your gripe. Nobody is mounting a 6-24x optic on these, most likely some 1x red dot. Also the cheekweld is too high for your standard bead or even ghost sight

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First of all, you are wrong... https://www.gunsamerica.com/920219025/-CUSTOM-BUILT-Kel-Tec-KSG-12ga-Sho...

Second...If you need a red dot on an 18.5" shotgun (a gun built for close range), something is wrong. And don't hold me responsible for the bad design of this gun. My Maverick 88 has none of these problems. And I can hit pretty much any target I aim at with 00/000 buck.

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Just bc somebody mounted a 3x9 on that KSG doesn’t mean its a good setup... probably pirate someone right the fuck up. And a red dot for a close range weapon is a widely accepted and excellent sight solution. No idea what points you’re trying to prove, but you sound ridiculous. Congrats on your Mav 88, sounds like a real gem.

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Talking about sounding ridiculous...Sounds like you need to practice a bit more if you need any type of sight on this type of shotgun.'Widely accepted' does not make something a 'good choice'.Being a transgender is 'widely accepted' in today's society.

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So.... you’re going to run a weapon without sights? Its got an 18.5 inch barrel. Same smooth bore barrel I’ve hunted deer with out to 50 yards with slugs. And you’re suggesting I should, what... look down the pic rail? Shoot instinctively? The question is WHY?? Why are you so obsessed with transgender that you epuld bring it up in a gun post about sights? Weird, man.

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Why? Why are you hunting with an 18 1/2" barrel! LOL! Glad you have 12 rounds in the magazine when you miss with the first 11! And you have the audacity to question my choice of a Maverick 88 for home defense while you hunt with this shotgun? JESUS SON!!!

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I am just wondering why you are hunting with a home defense shotgun?Are you so hard up you can't afford a $150 Mossberg with a longer barrel?I mean...you can hunt with a tiny .380 pistol or even a slingshot but I wouldn't suggest it.The question is WHY??"And you’re suggesting I should, what..."I suggest you go into a gun store and ask the salesman to show you some proper hunting shotguns/rifles! :D And what state do you live in that allows you to hunt with a 12 round shotgun?

Why are you so worried about my obsession with TG people?Did you change your name from Larz to Liz?Are you TG and take offense?Again,Talking about sounding ridiculous!

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Membership fees is a scam imho. Fact is you can get for the membership price from other places without any membership or entertaining these scam fees

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Sigh, again, this is for the buyer's club price. Non-member price is $729.99

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You can always sign up for the 30 day free membership and cancel after purchase. Not saying I've done it two times to purchase two other firearms, but when I went for this KSG last time they had this deal I kept the membership due to some decent ammo prices, etc. that I've used and gotten my $ worth from the membership fee.

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Yeah I've been an on\off member for years lol. I don't know if they'll allow me to get the free trial again. It was worth it for me when I bought an EOTech and a bunch of ammo.

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I received a free 6 months for X military. That ended about a year ago. But it looks like I can get another free month. I added it to the cart but never checked out because the Hornady Black .450 Bushmaster ammo was more there (even with free shipping and discount) than Vizards Guns And Ammo where I spent $327.90. In fact, the ammo and free month are still in my cart...

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