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HOLIDAY SCHEDULE REMINDER:
Kel-Tec CNC Industries, Inc. will be having its annual Holiday shutdown starting 4:00pm 12/21/2012 and ending 8:00am...Read More
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KelTec CNC, Inc., the maker of some of the most innovative and unique firearms available is pleased to announce their partnership with Student of the Gun. Student of the Gun is a weekly television program hosted by veteran instructor and shooter Paul Markel.
“A student of the gun is not necessarily a beginner or a novice.” Markel relates, “Being a student of the gun represents a lifelong journey of education, experience, and enjoyment of the use of firearms.” Student of the Gun will air on the Sportsman Channel the December 26th 2011. Please check your local cable and satellite listing for the air dates and time.
NORWALK, CT (Dec. 12, 2011) -- Gun Tests Magazine has named the Kel-Tec PMR-30 22 WMR as the publication’s “Best in Class Pistol” for 2011.
The pistol joins a Ruger LCR wheelgun, an AR-style 300 Whisper from SSK Industries, a 12-gauge autoloading shotgun from Legacy Sports International, and a laser/light combo accessory from Crimson Trace as the magazine’s “Best in Class” 2011 honorees.
Every December, Gun Tests’ Editor Todd Woodard surveys the work of the magazine’s staff over the previous 12 months to select around 15 Guns of the Year (GOTY) choices. From those GOTY pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns, and accessories, the staff chooses the magazine’s “Best in Class” winners.
“Our accept-no-advertising policy gives us the freedom to choose guns that simply work well,” said Gun Tests Publisher Timothy H. Cole. “The ‘Best in Class’ winners exhibit the traits we prize — accuracy, reliability, tight fit and finish, handsome cosmetics, and value for the dollar.”
The exact test model was the Kel-Tec PMR-30 No. 408320267 22 WMR, originally reviewed in the November 2011 issue of Gun Tests.
Woodard said, “The PMR-30 is a great semiauto for those who desire low recoil but plenty of capacity. The pistol holds 30 rounds of 22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire cartridges in the magazine.”
The slide and barrel are made of 4140 steel housed in a 7075 aluminum frame. The grip, slide cover, trigger, mag release, and safety levers are glass-reinforced Zytel nylon, much like other Kel-Tec pistols.
Other features include dual opposing extractors, heel magazine release, dovetailed aluminum front sight, Picatinny accessory rail under the barrel, urethane recoil buffer, captive coaxial recoil springs. The PMR-30 disassembles for cleaning by removal of a single pin.
Woodard said, “We tested ten 22 WMR samples in the Kel-Tec for function and reliability and encountered no problems with any of the 10 brands. In a Handgun Bullet Test Tube, a Remington PSP cartridge punched 15 inches deep in overall penetration and created a 60-ml wound channel. That’s a lot of punch for a tiny cartridge.”
For more information on Gun Tests magazine, log on to www.gun-tests.com.
Hello from Kel-Tec!
We realize we sound like a broken record at this point, however, in light of continuing issues with our site, our developers once again went back to the drawing board and have returned confident that the virus issue is a thing of the past.
EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: This goes for anyone who may have accessed our site during the last couple of months.
Please delete ALL temporary internet files, cookies, browser data, cache, etc. from all browsers that have accessed the site. They are confident our site is clean, however some users may have downloaded infected temporary files that could be referenced by their PCs when accessing our site, re-infecting the computer. To ensure this does not happen please use the Internet Options section of your browser to delete all temporary data that has been saved.
With that completed there should be no additional issues while browsing our site.
If you have completely cleared your cache and still are experiencing issues, then we urge you to contact firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
For Chrome users this can be found under Settings -> Under the Hood -> Clear Browsing Data
For Firefox users this can be found under Options -> Advanced -> Network -> "Clear Now" (under Offline Storage section)
For IE users this can be found under Internet Options -> "Delete..." (on main General tab under the Browsing History section)
We apologize for those that had experienced these issues and we hope this issue is behind us.
Hello from Kel-Tec!
Our web developer Blue Fountain Media has assured us the site has been cleaned this week. We definitely see the recent posts about people getting a virus, so I would like some follow-up. If you know for a FACT you received this virus after 3/14/2012 (not just think you did) please contact email@example.com with the browser you were using, what pages you clicked on, an exact time and day you got the virus (or as close as possible), what kind of virus, what did it do, and any other information you can give, that would help us greatly.
We apologize for any headaches this has caused. It has certainly caused us as much if not more headaches. The trouble is that we can't seem to find any issues when we go to the site here. We literally try to infect ourselves with the virus and come up completely clean. We even have a laptop that has absolutely no AV and still can't seem to infect the computer. The large majority of people don't seem to have issues when accessing the site either.
So please, if you are still experiencing issues, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the information requested above.