By J. Kb

6 thoughts on “Kel-Tec chose violence”
      1. Well, sure. All else aside (e.g. basic manufacturing practices etc), a copycat has a chance to see what worked well and what didn’t, both technically and market-wise, vs the original product.

        1. If you look at it objectively, the only thing the M&P and Keltec do the same is fold. And the they don’t even do it the same way, M&P does it in a way that allows you to keep your optics on. A folding gun is hardly an earth shattering innovation…

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