Is my KelTec Firearm Under Warranty?
If you are the original owner, and can provide a valid proof of purchase, your KelTec firearms is covered under the lifetime warranty.
The following is acceptable as a valid proof of purchase: The receipt that was provided by the store where it was purchased, or the ATF form 4473.
If you have lost the proof of purchase, sometimes the store where the firearm was purchased can provide a copy.
Where Can I Buy a KelTec Firearm?
Any firearm retailer should be able to order your KelTec firearm of choice though their distributor. If you’re having trouble finding a retailer, you can search through galleryofguns.com to find a retailer near you.
As most of you know, our firearms are in high demand. If it takes your retailer some time to get your firearm ordered, please be patient. We are working our hardest to get as many firearms out as quick as possible while still maintaining a high level of quality control.
Kel-Tec is an established and highly popular American brand of firearms. Founded in 1991, Kel-Tec CNC Industries Inc. (the manufacturer of Kel-Tec products) has been developing a wide range of high-performance firearms from pistols to semi-automatic rifles and shotguns. The company brings together a dedicated force of talented engineers and military veterans to expertly craft unique firearms, parts, and accessories for commercial, military, and law enforcement use that are both innovative and exciting to use.
Weapons manufactured by Kel-Tec include the P-11 pistol, P-32 pistol, the P-3AT pistol, the discontinued P-40, the semi-automatic SUB-9 and SUB2000 pistol-caliber foldable carbines, as well as a family of 5.56x45mm rifles.
Kel-Tec released a long-range pistol called the PLR-16 in 2005. In 2006, a pistol called the PF-9 was marketed as the lightest and thinnest 9mm ever produced. A .22 Magnum 30 shot semi-automatic lightweight pistol called the PMR30 was released in 2010.
Alongside innovative semi-automatic handguns, Kel-Tec manufactures high-efficiency rifles and carbines like the CMR-30 model. Starting in 2007, Kel-Tec’s high efficiency gas-operated semi-automatic rifles were showcased in a series called the RFB (“Rifle, Forward-ejection, Bullpup”) reflecting an advanced technology that the company designs and perfects into many of its current models. Late 2015 saw the official distribution of the RDB (“Rifle, Downward-ejection, Bullpup”) class of rifles.