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Old 05-19-2014, 02:14 PM   #1
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Just picked up a KSG. Put about 100 rounds through it so far without issue. Any thoughts on the KSG?
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Old 05-19-2014, 02:22 PM   #2
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I would love to own one. One day I hope to
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Not an easy thing to actually see one in person much less find one un-fired for sale. The thing is a cool as I thought it would be.
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Saw one for the first time yesterday. Didn't have a chance to touch.shoot it, was at the range.
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Which range were you at?
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I would buy one to scare liberal. Thats about all the usefulness I see in them. To each their own though. Glad you enjoy it.
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I have owned a few shotguns fit for combat and this trumps them all. Flawless function, 18" barrel and 14+1 cap.
You are so right. To each his own. After having the KSG the bar has been raised on the level of performance I will accept.
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Our general store has had a few come in and sell over the year. If your in western NC contact Prices Creek General Store in Burnsville and ask if the they have one in stock.
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Um yes can we have a picture of your wrist. First 10 ejections completely broke the skin on Mac's wrist. He gave it a bad review. Now the UTS 15 is a terrible gun (I have done my research and have personal experience with it). Mixed reviews with the KSG, but I am going to hold off until they fix all the flaws. Bud all I can say is if you are using that firearm for defense, you better run damn plenty of rounds through there, as with any SD firearm, to see if it's 100% functioning.
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Um yes can we have a picture of your wrist. First 10 ejections completely broke the skin on Mac's wrist. He gave it a bad review. Now the UTS 15 is a terrible gun (I have done my research and have personal experience with it). Mixed reviews with the KSG, but I am going to hold off until they fix all the flaws. Bud all I can say is if you are using that firearm for defense, you better run damn plenty of rounds through there, as with any SD firearm, to see if it's 100% functioning.
Both the KSG and the UTS 15 caught my interest but I have yet to see either in person. What didn't you like about the UTS 15? Just curious.
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