altRFB-C stands for Rifle, Forward-ejecting Bullpup (Canadian edition). Why forward-ejecting? Because it allows the RFB-C to be the first truly ambidextrous .308 Win Bullpup ever developed. The patented, dual-extractor system maintains control of the case from the moment it leaves the magazine and upon firing, pulls the fired case from the chamber and lifts them to push them into an ejection chute above the barrel, where they exit. The Bullpup configuration and tilting-block mechanism allow the 18.5" model to be only ~26.7" long, or as much as 14" shorter in overall length than its competitors with equal barrel lengths. Furthermore, the stock and mechanism cross-section is similar to a conventional rifle, in stark contrast to existing Bullpup rifles. The RFB-C is also the safest Bullpup ever developed because the breech is separated from the shooters face by two layers of 1.6 mm steel. In the highly unlikely event of a case rupture, gas expansion is directed downwards through the magazine well to protect the shooters head and face.

altThe RFB-C is a short-stroke gas piston operated semi-automatic rifle in .308 Win caliber. It accepts standard metric FAL type magazines which work "drop free" and do not need to be tilted in. One 5 round magazine is included*. Barrels on current models are 18.5" long bull barrels, with a chrome lined bore and chamber. All controls are fully ambidextrous; the reciprocating operating handle can be switched to either side. The trigger mechanism is second to no other Bullpup ever built and better than nearly all commercial semi-auto rifles. The safety disconnects the trigger and blocks the hammer action. A Mil-Spec Picatinny rail is attached rigidly to the barrel. No open sights are provided, allowing the user to select from the very best new optics and sight systems available. The RFBc comes with a two point sling that can be easily configured to suit the user's preference. Available accessories include a free-floating, four-sided Picatinny forend, bipod mounts, a removable bayonet lug for use with NATO style bayonets including our own folding bayonet, and many more.

CANADIAN MODEL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Carbine

Calibre: .308 Win
Weight unloaded (no magazine): ~8.1 lbs
Length: ~26.5"
Barrel length: 18.5"
Magazine:  metric FAL pinned to Canadian legal limit (5 rounds)
Practical range: 600m
Note: some specifications are approximate and based upon an additional 0.5" barrel length of the Canadian edition

Sub-2000 Mk2

Kel-tec Sub 2000 Gen2

The SUB-2000™ is a semi-automatic rifle chambered for the 9mm Luger or the .40 cal. S&W cartridge. Different versions of the SUB-2000™ rifle will accept most double column handgun magazines (see list below). By rotating the barrel upwards and back, the SUB-2000™ rifle can instantly be reduced to a size of about 20 x 7 inches for ease of storage.

KSG Advanced Design

KSG green

Similar in design to the RFB, the Kel-Tec Shotgun (KSG) holds 14+1 rounds of 12 gauge 2-3/4" shells. With a durable hardened steel receiver and stock made of Zytel, over and under picatinny rails and built in sling loops, the KSG is ready for home defense, 3-gun matches or a day at the range.

RDB

keltec RDB

Available in Canada early 2018: We have solved the main disadvantage of Bullpup rifles; case ejection. The spent case is ejected through a vertical chute.

The RDB is built around a common steel skeleton and the  gas operated piston is fully adjustable for different ammunitions and muzzle attachments.

PMR 30

  • Calibers: .22 Magnum (.22WMR)
  • Weight unloaded: 13.6oz./385.6g
  • Loaded Magazine: 6oz./170.1g
  • Length: 7.9"/200.7mm
  • Height: 5.8"/147.3mm
  • Width: 1.3"/33.0mm
  • Barrel length: 4.3"/109.2mm
  • Sight radius: 6.9"/175.3mm
  • Energy (40gr): 138ft-lbs/187J
  • Capacity: 10 rounds
  • Trigger pull: 4-6 lbs/17.8-26.7N