The Kel-tec RDB is not yet approved in Canada. Check back for news in early 2016.

 From the Kel-tec Website:

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Through an ingenious and simple arrangement we have solved the main disadvantage of Bullpup rifles; case ejection. Traditional side ejection is not ambidextrous and forward eject, like in the FN 2000 or the Kel-Tec RFB, is quite complex.

The RDB (Rifle Downward-eject Bullpup) features a rotary bolt with a spring loaded ejector and an

extractor facing down. The spent case is pulled backwards along the top of the magazine and then ejected through a vertical chute. The hammer is U-shaped and runs outside the chute and above the magazine. Obviously, the bolt travel is longer than traditional designs but well within the ergonomic constraints of a rifle. Other advantages are gravity assisted ejection, higher bolt energy at feeding and a slower full auto rate (when applicable).

The RDB is built around a common steel skeleton formed by the receiver and barrel sub-assemblies. Bolt, bolt carrier, firing mechanism, ejector chute and bolt stop are identical for all variations. The short stroke gas operated piston is fully adjustable for different ammunitions and muzzle attachments.

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

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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

Not yet availablein Canada: Check back early 2016. 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