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Looks like alot of .22LR fun. Had looked at one of the old tec22's and liked the idea of hi-cap but too many problems with them. If anyone has the CP33 or shot it let me know your thoughts. Only downside I can see is $49 mags. Thanks. Would look cool with a yellow upper.rimsteel1902.jpg
 

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If you look at the PMR and the CMR, which does the CP33 resemble? I wondered why for a few seconds. PMR was first then I it cost another chunk of change to make the different form of the CMR! Now, we have the CP33 form which could very easily be factory changed/produced as a Carbine or some "braced" variant. Just my thoughts on evolution.

Is CP33 availability improving and how are prices?
 

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Outpost Guns in Spanish Fort had one the other day $449.00 I think.
 

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Can get a PMR 30 for that.
IMO - - -> RUGER is still king of the 22's. ---- SAWMAN
 

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I personally didn't care for it when I saw it. But to each his on. Volquartsen is king of the 22's in my opinion.IMG_1296.JPG
 

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Here, thanks for the heads up on the cp33 at outpost. Trying to find one for less. By the time they stuck taxes on it, it's over $500.
Wanted to get a .22 suppressor and this looked like a good one for it.

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Here, thanks for the heads up on the cp33 at outpost. Trying to find one for less. By the time they stuck taxes on it, it's over $500.
Wanted to get a .22 suppressor and this looked like a good one for it.

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Actually if you check Gunbroker 449 is a very good price but its just like anything else when it first comes out it demands a price but it levels out after a while. just depends on how long you are willing to wait. It took me 3 years to get a PMR30 but you know that story.
 

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Actually if you check Gunbroker 449 is a very good price but its just like anything else when it first comes out it demands a price but it levels out after a while. just depends on how long you are willing to wait. It took me 3 years to get a PMR30 but you know that story.
I know. These came out in Jan 19? I figured the price would level out by now. It has they are not 600-700 now, but still high. I'll figure out something. Found a deal in trussville, missed it by 2 hours. $400 cash. = $50 in fuel and 7 hour drive time to save $50 bucks, I should just spend the extra $50 local.
 
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Had a dealer friend of mine order one. Just have to wait now! Should be right at $400. :). Going to order the brace to go with it and seriously looking at a can too. Poss gemtec, as I have shot one before.
 

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Still waiting!!! :-( I did find a scorpion brace sb3a on arms list $75 and ordered the adaptor. It's like the mount on the ar180. Got a burris mini red dot in the works for it too.
 

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i have worked in a couple of gun shops over the years. the joke in the industry is, nobody makes more stuff that's unavailable than Keltec...
 

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Yep, always hard to find. Did see one, after taxes would have been over $500. I'll wait. Save the $100 to spend on something else!
 

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Best thing to do with Keltec is simply wait five years after they announce something.
By then it's available easily ;)
 

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I think the Ruger 57 will fill any slight Keltec itch I had, though I haven't decided on buying that either. Keltec's slow production rate keeps prices inflated for 5-7 years (PMR/CMR), maybe longer! The Keltec "hot items" are just not worth the inflated (well beyond MSRP) street price IMHO. I'm well past any desire to do 30+ round mag dumps, it's average accuracy can be equaled/beat and its got a Butt on it like a hip hop star but only has a 5.5 inch barrel! It is threaded for muzzle devices and top railed for optics out of the box. I can envision a braced version being popular but I think there's too much competition in the 22LR carbine market but if Keltec only makes there normal small produntion quantities, they'll sell. Lol
 

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At least you can get CMR's easily now, price is reasonable :)
Altho 30 round mags to me says "got plenty to practice with before having to reload!"
 
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