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Originally posted by sgtslwilson
I've asked Eddie C. if he would sticky this for us.
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Cool..Thanks! I added a few more and cleaned them up a bit :supergrin:
 

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Hi guys. You're all set. If you need anything else, just ask.

Eddie:)
 

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Originally posted by Chase7
Cool..Thanks! I added a few more and cleaned them up a bit :supergrin:
Awesome Chase, this can be sort of our resource/reference/library thread for these innovative weapons. Feel free to add any other information we might find useful. Good job!
 

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OMG...this picture, from GoldenLoki's site is the funniest thing I've seen in a while! I bet every one of us has been there!



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Hehe..I almost used the Dremel Monkey as an avatar :supergrin:
Thanks!! Eddie C.,sgtslwilson for the sticky, Chase :)
 

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Originally posted by Chase7
Heres a Link for the basic F&B procedure as well as some other useful Links...
Chase: I think you might have missed one.

The definitive source for all things Kel-tec:

www.KTOG.org

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Oops... I'm gonna be in trouble for not adding this one too...

http://www.ktrange.com/

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Home... home on da range...
 

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I guess I took for granted most who own a KT already know about KTOG ..yep gotta include the KTRange to ;) :supergrin:
 

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I guess I took for granted most who own a KT already know about KTOG ..yep gotta include the KTRange to ;) :supergrin:
I wish I had known about that site before I bought this piece of junk P3AT. Their other firearms might be great, but this is a waste of money and dangerous. A jam-o-matic right out of the box. Send it to the factory and they tell you 6-8 weeks. So you give them your money, their toy gun doesn't work, you send it to them and they tell you to get in line in the service department. Must be backed up with repairs. How great to actually need it and have the first three rounds jam ON EVERY magazine. Even after the famous KTOG Fluff and Buff, which you shouldn't have to do to get the thing to fire. They blame it on your "limp-wrist", your ammo--anything but themselves.

Take a look at the Poll on TheHighroad.org at http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=160074&highlight=keltec

View Poll Results: Has your P3AT been reliable?
Yes, 100% out of the box. 89 53.61%
Yes, after a DIY fluff and buff. 38 22.89%
Yes, after one or more trips to the factory. 14 8.43%
No, not even after trips to the factory. 11 6.63%
No, didn't bother with it and sold it. 14 8.43%

Thats over 46% unreliable out of the box! If you buy this gun, you have about a 50% chance of survival if you actually need to use it. You might be better off with a knife or a rock.

I have decided to sue them in Palm Beach County if anyone wants to join me. I'm an attorney so it won't cost me anything. E-Mail me if you want to participate in some way.
 

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I find "flyer wire" a waste. Just load your P32 with Federal Premium Hydra Shoks and dont worry about the so called "rim lock". I have carried Federal HS in my P32 for the past two years and no problems.
 
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