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Old 11-14-2008, 07:37 PM   #1
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Saw two of these babies in my gun cellar store today....and I must say I'm impressed....I'd seen one before that was an underfolder...but then he showed me how this one folds with the trigger and everything and I thought...."WOW Perfect survival rifle...."


Anyone have experience with them? I might buy this and not my AK since hell it's only 500 bucks......cheap ass built in bipod too....I like it...felt excellent...and he had one of the COD4 reflex scopes on there and it make it look smexy.

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Old 11-16-2008, 07:18 AM   #2
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Went a head and bought it anyway.



Rifle view.




Bipod down.



Magazine area.

I bought one thirty rounder...and let me say...it fits in snuggly in that one part.....and that means you got 60 rounds in just the gun itself...and then you can carry more around with you.


Mine is the Kel-Tet SU16CA Version and it has metal sights....and my god...this thing is so comfortable...I LOVE IT! Came with a reflex scope too!....and it only cost me 660 bucks after I got a new mag and some ammo.


I LOVE THIS GUN!

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Damn It's even got a magazine catch! HOOO HOO IT's so light...and just flickable.

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Old 12-17-2008, 02:52 AM   #3
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FINALLY Got out to shoot this baby today....after about a month of letting it sit in a corner.

Got a rough Zero at 100 Yards on some metal plate.

There is nothing more satisfying than hearing *PING* *PING* POP *PING* POP POP *PING*

It's an accurate guy if that's what it does at a rough free hand zeroeing...not super solid...but enough to be ready just in case....Need to buy some risers for it so I can use the iron sights....or I might just say screw it.

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what made you choose that over the ak

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Cheaper and I already had an SKS so I had 7.62 X 39 Capable rifle.

It was only 580 compared to their 700+ price online...so I jumped on it....also got a lifetime warranty too...so after it dies as long as Kel-Tec is still around...bam new rifle.

I also like the feel of it compared to an AR and an AK...and it's more accurate than an AK and uses 5.56/.223

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Got my sling I ordered today...which is a must if you are not going for the foreend they sell.

I don't like the m4ey/arey look on the SU-16 so I went with this 20 dollar well spent instead.



It's a two-point sling cheap one...but it's comfortable and I like it. Beats having to lug this thing around all the time....and if I put my hand in the loop like I did in the pictures....functions just as well as a vertical grip for me....hell I like it better...makes my entire hand feel like it's fused with the gun....making it more accurate.
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does it use standard AR 15 mags ?

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Yep currently I have 4 P mags and 1 GI mag.

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