Ks7 triggerOn 31.10.2020 by Faukinos
New PM! Discussion Poll Photo Album. My KSG was buttery smooth right out of the box. The action is fantastic. The KS7 is not nearly as smooth. The weight savings and slimness of the KS7 does come through. It feels smaller, as it well should. The triggers on the two feel the exact same to me. Not exaggerating, it feels like it will break as soon as it hits something remotely hard.
The KS7 forend is great and protects both ends. Hope that is helpful to anyone thinking about purchasing one. I'm actually contemplating the RDB-C, it is so damn compact. My RFB is great. I am tempted by the shotguns. A rebel. A mean, absent a Dremmel tool and permanent carry-ectomy? Make it totally clear to anyone standing at the wrong end that things are going badly for them.
If that means sticking all sort of spikes and prongs and blackened bits all over it then so be it. This is not a gun for hanging over the fireplace or sticking in the umbrella stand, it is a gun for going out and making people miserable with. Thanks for the quickie review. The Enemy's gate is down. Originally posted by esdunbar: quote:. Wow, they came out quick. Thanks for the review and the price is not bad,for now.
I had a vertical grip but after hearing about horror stories with people having them breaking the rails and having their hands shot, the hand stop seemed like a no brainer. Top rail for the KSG came in today. Fits perfectly if anyone is interested. With the KSG E. Much better, aesthetically. I wonder how a standard AR carry handle would look on the rail on that KS7?
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Mini-Shells in the KS7? Feb 27, 1. Now that several members have their KS7s lucky duckhas anyone tried the mini-shells in the KS7? There are now several makers that make the mini-shell. It would be nice to know if the mini-shells are functional in the KS7. There is a video out there that indicates the mini-shells will work in the KS7.
MarkB1Feb 27, Feb 27, 2. I've got a shipment of Aguila Minishells in slug and buck varieties coming in today. Hopefully the weather will cooperate this weekend and I'll get it out to the range to test. MadRoninFeb 27, Sam The Eagle likes this. Feb 27, 3. I think the mini-shells will work fine for a Home Defense gun.
Feb 28, 4. The gent in the video put 17 minis in the KS7 I didn't realized you could fit that many in there. RogueIVFeb 28, Feb 28, 5. MarkB1Feb 28, Feb 28, 6.
I recently got Aguila mini shells for my Mossberg pump shotgun. This was recommended by Mossberg and it worked great. I would suggest checking with Keltec to see what they suggest. Of course, the guy in the video didn't mention any modifications and the gun seemed to cycle properly. Feb 28, 7. The KSG feeds mini-shells with no added parts so, based on the video, I believe that the KS7 should function well with mini-shells.
I did have to use the OpSol rubber adapter in my Shockwave to get it to function. Jun 10, 8.
KSG accessories for KS7
I got 12 in my standard KS7. Ran them fine as long as I remembered not to short stroke it! Not too much recoil either. Very pleased with it. It's my new "Hallway Howitzer".
Jun 10, 9. Seems the cartridge release on the Right is a tad too tall. I did not notice this with full sized shells. I will probably shave it down a bit later. Last edited: Jun 10, Log in or Sign up. Tags: ks7 butt-pad chock single point sling. Feb 16, 1. Feb 22, 2. I got a reply from Kel-Tec. The only part on my list that works on the KS7 is Feb 22, 3. MarkB1Feb 22, Mar 12, 4. It fits perfectly. The stock KS7 butt pad gives a length of pull of 13". There are four screws with elasti-lock nuts that have to be removed to change the butt pad.
One of the screws is longer than the other three. Take note of where that longer screw goes. All of the screws need a 2. MarkB1Mar 12, Doug Schaefer3rdMAW and like this.
Mar 13, 5. Newbie here, picked up this one at a gun show in GA early March. Mar 13, 6. In my range post I mentioned that the sights on the carry handle are too low for me making me shoot high, as in very high.
The carry handle is mounted by two screws and two washers. The two washers are not needed to mount the Picatinny rail. It does fit! The rear of the heat shield has some small flats to match the KSG receiver. The KS7 receiver is round so there is some small difference.
The difference is small and, in my mind, doesn't matter. I used a QD riser so I could get rid of the red dot quickly, if needed. I'll add back-up sights later. Pics follow. MarkB1Mar 13, Dzed and Bigyellowape like this.Kel-Tec KS7 Bullpup Shotgun Finale: Third Time's The Charm?
Mar 14, 7.At range day, Kel-Tec drew quite the crowd with their new guns. Of the new ones, the KS7 was one of the most popular. I had the opportunity to shoot the KS7 at the range and I can testify that it is as awesome as you would hope.
This shotgun has a great trigger, smooth action and comes up naturally to the shoulder with the proper sight picture. Also, because the chamber of the gun is further back toward the shoulder, this gun has less vertical recoil when firing. The KS7 was designed for people who want to use this bullpup shotgun in rough environments where carrying that extra weight of the KSG would be detrimental.
Coming in only at 5. And of course, it can be used for home defense as the ultimate weapon. This time tested and proven bullpup design has an This gun also features an ambidextrous safety and slide lock release.
In true Kel-Tec bullpup shotgun fashion, this gun also ejects shells downward, keeping casings out of the face of both right and left-handed shooters. After using the gun and learning about its features, the KS7 is definitely a shotgun that I would like to have for various applications.
Great job Kel Tec, almost perfect except we need a shell guide that allows quick funnel reloads into the magazine without looking to see everything. Should be able to load, rack the slide, shoot without taking eyes off the target. I like it. I will hold my opinion until after a unbiased evaluation is done on youtube. Preferably from Hickok Nice concept but…. I shoot a lot of 12g self defense classes — rounds in a class is likely average.
I find it unlikely this is any different and at under 6lb slugs would downright wallop you! It will be interesting to see one in a class.
Mini-Shells in the KS7?
Why do people that support the second ammendment talk crap about gun manufacturers making guns for anyone other than them? Hunt with what you have.
Protect yourself with what you have. We have the right to keep and bear arms… right? Not the right to keep and bear arms that you like or find appropriate. I find a lot of things appropriate that you may not, and vice versa. Well said Kevin Fisher! No one is challenging your choice of Firearms nor asking you to take a superior attitude.Log in or Sign up. Jan 12, 1. Hey, was as the range today, put about 15 shells 5 3inch slugs, 10 Federal mini-slugs through the KS7 before I encountered this problem.
The trigger would not reset upon cycling the action, took it home and fiddled with it and discovered that the trigger would only reset properly when I kept it depressed while cycling the action forward, if I did not keep the trigger pulled while I cycled it forward, it would not reset. Only goes about halfway to the reset position. I was under the impression that I did not have to keep the trigger pulled while cycling it and it would reset regardless.
Not so? I did put the MCARBO trigger and trigger spring kit in it, not if sure this is causing the problem or not, wondering if anyone has else has encountered this issue. ThenoogeJan 12, Jetftb1 likes this. Mar 4, 2. Apr 4, 3. Jetftb1Apr 4, Apr 8, 4. You might need to look at the springs you put in. Maybe they slipped out if position. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content.
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The KS7 is a recent addition to their lineup and their second shotgun. The KS7 has a bullpup design, so the grip is in front of the action. Spent shells are ejected downward from under your armpit as you shoot. The tube magazine is stacked under the barrel and they are the same length.
Working the pump-action ejects the spent shell on the way back and racks a new shell into battery on the way forward. The safety and pump release are also fully ambidextrous.
The buttstock is just inches behind the action, so the whole gun is very short — just Even the barrel begins behind the grip and is still The carry handle on the top doubles as a channel sight with a fiber optic bead at the front. There are MLOK slots on the pump, carry handle, and buttstock. All of these parts are a polymer, which lends to its light weight. The whole gun is just 5. The barrel and magazine are also steel but are almost completely enclosed by the polymer stocks.
The carry handle can be swapped for a KelTec-produced replacement Picatinny rail that attaches right to the barrel and includes a heat shield. There are also third-party manufacturers who make similar rails. The seams fit without large gaps. The polymer pieces all fit together well, but they are not trimmed neatly.
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There are sharp edges at almost all the seams. The bottom of the pistol grip is particularly sharp. The steel barrel is The barrel begins just behind the pistol grip and the pump grip slides right to its other end.
The KSG series has a choke adapter, compensator, and a gnarly-looking muzzle brake, and similar offerings will be coming up soon for the KS7. Third-party manufacturers, like Hi-Tech Customalready have muzzle devices available.
The tubular magazine is also steel and situated under the barrel, as in most pump-action guns.
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