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Kel-Tec KSG

The folks over at Shooting Illustrated, which, if you ask me, is NRA’s best publication, and well worth the cost to subscribe, review the Kel-Tec KSG bullpup shotgun.

I’d really love it if NRA could get their publications over on the iPad and other mobile devices. I’d gladly pay for them there to save the cost of postage. I bug Cam about the need for an NRA News app regularly too. I’d really like to see NRA move on digital markets more quickly than they are doing.

8 Responses to “Kel-Tec KSG”

  1. Freiheit says:

    WHAT? NRA nags me once a month to transition my sub to online only. Its certainly not an ‘app’ but a PDF download is good enough and works everywhere.

  2. Sebastian says:

    I disagree that a PDF is a substitute for a well done magazine on an iPad or other tablet device.

  3. Bitter says:

    The online versions of the membership mags aren’t PDFs. They are highly interactive. They aren’t apps, but I haven’t tried them on the iPad.

    I tried to get your Rifleman subscription switched to electronic, hon. Unfortunately, it kept giving me errors every time I chose it. I haven’t tried in a few months though. But I get First Freedom digitally. I’ll set it up so that the notification emails you, too.

  4. aeronathan says:

    I’d love to get my American Rifleman on my NookColor every month…

  5. NMM1AFan says:

    I’d love if American Rifleman had more than two gun articles in it each month…

  6. mobo says:

    That really sucks that you have to invert the shotgun and move a selector switch manually.

    I’d like to see a belt-fed mechanism with a 25-50rd magazine box mounted underneath, sort of like the m249.

  7. countertop says:

    I love to get American Rifleman in print. Its fantastic, essential, bathroom reading material. If I could also get it electronically, that would be great.

  8. Ian Argent says:

    Tablet killed my need for paper reading material in the littlest room (not that it wasn’t on it’s last legs already).

    As for the KSG – I want, and can legally have, even. With not even any more difficulty than anyone in more free states. Shame that the exchequer is tapped out…

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