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Thread: Canada's shortest NR firearm: Keltec KSG Tactical - 13.7" Barrel, 21.4" OAL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gentle_ben View Post
    As an owner of a regular sized KSG, I can tell you I would not want that firearm to be any shorter than it already is.

    Agreed, or else it makes it even easier to accidentally blast your hand off. Already a guy in the states blew his hand off when his foregrip came loose.

    https://w ww.thegunwriter.com/17484/a-devastating-accident-with-the-kel-tec-ksg/
    (^broke link on purpose, fix space between www.)

    Make sure your foregrips are tight and add a hand stop in front of it. I did that plus added a muzzle break so the bore protrudes forward. Instead of flush (which is dangerous, but looks better. not worth losing a hand tho)

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    I just need a 13.7 barrel
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    Hi there,
    I'm quite interested in the nm trigger set you're selling. I'm sorry to contact you in this way, your inbox is full so I couldn't send you messages.
    Pm me pls

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    Quote Originally Posted by inthehizzy View Post
    Still a KelTec, thus, Canada's shortest non-restricted paperweight.
    Exactly. Who cares if it is nr or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by truemask View Post
    Agreed, or else it makes it even easier to accidentally blast your hand off. Already a guy in the states blew his hand off when his foregrip came loose.

    https://w ww.thegunwriter.com/17484/a-devastating-accident-with-the-kel-tec-ksg/
    (^broke link on purpose, fix space between www.)

    Make sure your foregrips are tight and add a hand stop in front of it. I did that plus added a muzzle break so the bore protrudes forward. Instead of flush (which is dangerous, but looks better. not worth losing a hand tho)
    The problem is not necessarily how short it is, it's that the rails on the bottom of the foregrip are plastic. Expecting plastic rails to hold up when you put a foregrip on that you are racking the gun with for every shot and absorbing part of the recoil is wishful thinking.

    When the rails snap off cocking the gun your support hand flies forward, and the gun slips down making shooting your hand off a very real possibility. This has happened at least a couple times I am aware of with the KSG.

    Plenty of short guns out there that I have no problem shooting, although I am careful. I do remember someone shooting themselves through the hand with a SMG type setup with a foregrip in the same circumstances.

    I'm aware of a company that makes a metal rail adapter for the KSG, it bolts onto the entirely of the plastic rail and gives you a lot more rail engagement so if one of the plastic rails was to snap off it'll still hold.


    There are pictures of either this guys or one of the others hand out there after the KSG turned it into hamburger. If you're morbidly curious you could search but just imagine a stump and a couple pounds of ground meat.

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    Just giving this thread a bump because we might actually have a chance of getting it now

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    We have these in stock...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiffx2781 View Post
    Just giving this thread a bump because we might actually have a chance of getting it now

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    At this price, I'll pass for now.

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    We removed the 200.00USD tax stamp. That was only for US residents.


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