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Kel-Tec's New Products for 2019

When the NRA gathered in Indianapolis for the group’s 148th Annual Meeting, Chad Enos of Kel-Tec gave OSG senior digital editor Lynn Burkhead a birds eye view of several new products including the KS7, a great home defense or back-40 varmint weapon that features a bullpup design, a carry handle and an 18.5″ magazine tube (with either 6+1 or 7+1 12-gauge shell capacity depending on shotshell size). Kel-Tec’s RDB Survival and RDB Tactical firearms – both featuring a bullpup design, smooth triggers with clean breaks, 1:7 twist barrels, adjustable gas piston systems, and downward ejection of the .223Rem shells – help the Florida company continue to bring innovation, accuracy and reliability to the industry. Add in the CP33 .22LR competition handgun – and its Quad Stack 33-round magazine, ambidextrous design, adjustable fiber optic sights, 9-inch sight radius, threaded barrel, Picatinny-style top rail - and Kel-Tec continues to offer consumers great options for training, competing, plinking, home and self-defense, and varmint shooting.

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