The Kel-Tec Shotgun is pump-action and chambered for 12 gauge. Kel-Tec used its RFB as a template to build the KSG, its first shotgun. The KSG has an interesting design. It has two tubular magazines that hold seven shells a piece, so 14 total, and it ejects spent shells downward instead of to the side. To change mags all the shooter has to do is flip a switch. It is also very compact at 26.1″ in total length and weighs 6.9 pounds.

Other features include a Picatinny rail for easy mounting of optics or accessories, iron sights and a rubber butt pad.

Kel-Tec recommends the KSG for home protection or tactical use. The KSG will be available in the late Spring or early Summer 2011.

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