Kel-Tec has taken into consideration the needs of their users and had implemented a number of improvements with the design of the KS7. Overall operation of the Kel-Tec KS7 still remains similar to the KSG with the only exception being the absence of a magazine selector. The KS7 has been designed to feature a channel sight with a triangular fiber optic that has been integrated into the carry handle. This new design allows the user to acquire sights on target with rapid speed. To improve retention, Kel-Tec designed the KS7 to feature a highly contoured pump handle with flared ends. Featuring a cylinder-bore barrel, the Kel-Tec KS7 is meant for defensive use. The KS7 is shorter and lighter than most submachine guns providing optimal utilization. Due to the straight line stock, recoil proceeds straight back with very little muzzle rise resulting in ideal performance. With the firearm being ambidextrous and centrally balanced, it can be easily controlled with one hand and remains as left-handed friendly as its predecessor.
The KS7 weighs 5.9 lbs. and is as compact as legally possible with a 26.1” overall length and an 18.5” cylinder bore barrel.
The pump includes M-LOK slots in the pump handle for the mounting of a forward grip, a light, or a laser.
|Choke Tube||Cylinder Bore|
|Caliber||12 Gauge Ammo|
|Over All Length||26.1|