After a teen in the state flew his multi-rotor first with a pistol then with a flamethrower, lawmakers are seeking to criminalize future occurrences.
If bullpup shotguns are your forte, then both the KSG and the DP-12 are worth their cost in terms of what you get. It just depends what you want.
In the latest installment on why the FAA is hating on multi-rotors, the kid who came up with the flying .22 pistol drone now has a flying flamethrower.
Kel-Tec’s PMR-30 pistol, chambered in .22 magnum, is a full-size handgun with a lot to offer aside from its larger companion, the CMR-30 carbine.
This one’s in high demand, for good reason. It’s American-made, crammed with handy features, and exquisitely portable—a packable tactical rifle.
Video has surfaced that appears to show a DIY multi-rotor hobby drone firing a Kel Tec PMR-30 pistol with unknown results.
Even though Ruger’s LCP would not be my preference, I can see why it has found favor with many individuals who concealed carry.
Mast of the tactical mohawk, Hank Strange, puts a exotic Kel-Tec RDB rifle complete with a suppressor through its paces on the range.
Following apparent instances of concealed carry licensees being targeted by police while traveling out of state, Virginia is one signature away from blocking off its permit database from some law enforcement.
The rail isn’t simply a picatinny set up, the sides feature M-lok slots for attaching whatever device a shooter desires without covering the entire weapon in cumbersome rail segments.