This simple and reliable pump action feeds from either the left or right tube. The feed side is manually selected by a lever located behind the trigger guard.
The pump includes an under picatinny rail for the mounting of a forward grip, a light, or a laser. The included top picatinny sight rail will accept many types of optics or iron sights. Forward and rear sling loops are built in, and a basic sling is included. The soft rubber butt pad helps to tame recoil.
The KSG receiver is made from hardened steel and includes the magazine tubes which have been welded in place. The grip and stock assembly is made of glass reinforced nylon (Zytel) and is easily disassembled by pushing out 2 pins, which store in 2 holes in the grip when removed. The barrel and pump assembly is removed by loosening the 2 front magazine tube nuts with a coin and sliding the assembly forward.
KelTek KSG Shotgun
Red Dot Sight
Front Flip-up Sight
Rear Flip-up Sight
Caliber: 12 gauge 3”
Barrel Length: 18.5"
Total capacity: 6+6+1 (13)
Weight empty: 6.9lbs
Weight loaded: 8.5lbs
Front and Rear Flip-up Sights
Red-Dot Sight with Integrated Laser
150 Lumen Weaponlight
Box, Manual, Lock, etc.
Utah State Sales Tax required of Utah buyers
Background fee of $7.50 for Utah-based, non-CCI holders.
Price includes a 2.25% Cash Discount. Credit Card fee of 2.25% will be assessed on Credit purchases.
TacOpShop is a licensed Federal Firearms Licensee of Riverdale, Utah
FedEx Ground unless otherwise requested and paid.
Trades Accepted: No
TacOpShop is a Utah-based FFL Dealer specializing in Fully Loaded Tactical Rifles.
Check out our website at http://www.tacopshop.com/
The TacOpShop specializes in those tricked-out rifles you see at the gunshows, high-end gun dealers, and on internet sites, like this one, but can't afford because they're asking $3,000 for 'em. Most fellas want one if it wouldn't make a bigger dent on their budget than .50 BMG on steel silhouettes.
Eighty plus percent of Americans have a middle-class income. We build rifles and shotguns to match. We don't think you should have to pay $500 or $1000 more to get a different shape of groove cut into your perfectly functional quad-rail. We also don't try to oversell you on a $1000 optic that you need in Afghanistan, but is just gratuitous in Cincinnati. It sounds good to say your rifle-scope is rated at .50 BMG, but have you ever set a .50 BMG round next to a .223?
The old adage says, bring enough gun. That's what we sell: Enough gun.