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Kel Tec P17

Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by Timmy59, Mar 1, 2020.

  1. Timmy59

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    The Good....




    The Bad...




    Seems a reliable hi-cap .22 is a tall order.
     
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    At least they didn't call it "legendary"
     
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    :thumbup3: I'm interested...
     
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    I am too. Just want to see one in the wild. Kel tec can put some funky grips on a gun.
     
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    That guy is a dipshit. First words out of his mouth are to take the gun out of the box and run it without lube. Would anyone run their lawn mower or vehicle without lube to see how reliable it is?
     
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    I agree with lubing the firearm and cleaning the bore before first firing it, I always do. That being said, looks like Kel-Tec would secure all those screws that hold the pistol together/make it function. In a test of a Kel-Tec CP33 pistol, by another tester, one roll pin had came loose and a slotted screw had came loose causing malfunctions in the CP33. The roll pin was restaked, the screw was locktited and then the CP33 ran fine.
     

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