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Thread: Kel Tec SU16 NR 485.13USD

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    Kel Tec SU16 NR 485.13USD

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    I've read about a few owners who had breakage in the rear receiver; was that just a couple of fluke examples, or did they come out with a gen 2 like the sub2k?
    I started out with nothing, and I've still got most of it left.
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    The SU16 was the first rifle I ever owned, so I always click when I see it come up- for nostalgia I guess. I loved mine, 10 round pistol mags, super light and ai actually did use the built in bipod.

    From what I see, some receivers are still cracking but it does seem rare... but really shouldn’t happen. For this price, so long as you treat it as an occasional plinker that can fit in your back pack I like it. Just don’t expect the receiver to outlast the barrel if you’re shooting thousands of rounds.
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    CGN Regular ZUKA's Avatar
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    are they already in Canada?

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    The one that I had was a good shooter never had any malfunctions .
    But it was some times difficult to get it to function after it was taken down for cleaning you really have to pay attention when you aline the bolt in the receiver to get it just right . Fun rifle light and handy .tempted to get another .

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    I like mine. The rail is a bit low for my cheek weld so I had to use a rail spacer/extender. I don't shoot it as much as I should, but wouldnt' shoot it in weather below 0C for fear the reciever might crack as I've heard it could - mine is fine. Otherwise the rifle is light (considerably lighter than the keltec rdb), quite comfortable ergonomically and fun to shoot.

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    Already in the country or are there import fees associated?

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    It’s on the .com website so $25 fee to import.

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    This is a good gun. I however had the rarest problems probably. Crack extractor. Now just cracked the back part of the upper assy. Will contact my distributor here in BC hopefully can get it repaired.

    My local distributor is great based on my previous problems with the firearm..

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    The stock can carry a spare mag? Thats awsome... seems like the perfect survival gun! Correction: I guess any gun would do for survival.
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