Keltec SU16D: a weapon for tight spots

SU16D has either a 9″ or a 12″ barrel (shown). With a sort stock, a 60-round magazine and a red dot sight, it’s quite a rapid room-cleaner. Loud, too.

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11 Responses to Keltec SU16D: a weapon for tight spots

  1. David says:

    The paperwork and extra cash for NFA is a real stickler for some. If we could get rid of NFA ’34 I’d be all over that 9″ version!

    • pa stubbs says:

      While the fees and paper work are a PITA but the thing that bothers me most is the wait time. If I didn’t have to wait 6yrs for the paper work to go throw I’d Probably have more “NFA” items.

      • HSR47 says:

        The thing that bothers me most is the additional restrictions on possession. Second in line is having to beg the government for permission.

        Both violate the principles of the U.S. Constitution.

  2. Y.T. says:

    If it’s loud, where’s the ear protection ? :p

  3. Jake Dorsey says:

    I didn’t realize it was possible to replace the stock like that.

  4. Sha-ul says:

    needs a can 😉

  5. John E Davies says:

    Needs a 14 inch barrel or longer – standard FMJ ammo is disfunctional at the lower velocities of these shorty barrels. All you are doing is sticking .22 caliber “ice pick holes” through the bad guy. Lots of them, for sure, but don’t expect any tumbling or fragmentation. Now a SUBSONIC .300 BLK in that shorty barrel…. who hoo! JD

    • Y.T. says:

      A shotgun with hardened steel flechettes…would beat that. Possibly.

      I mean, it’s subsonic, steel flechettes go through armor easily and it’s more projectiles at once.

      Short range though.

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  7. Fyooz says:

    chamber this pup in 6.5 Grendel and twist the rifling at 1 in 8″ or faster.

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