Our Mecca: Kel-Tec CNC, Inc. Front view
Smaller pictures of the whole trip can be found below. Please click on any image to see a larger version.
East side of the building
CNC machines. Conception of all Kel-Tecs begins here.
Operator making frames - Note smile. He's happy knowing you will be a satisfied customer!
Kel-Tec birthing area, where all the parts come together. Technician on left is assembling Sub-9s, P-32s are being assembled on backside of his bench. The ladies in the background are assembling P-11s and P-40s. The newly constructed bluing area is just off camera to the left.
Sub-9s in Glock configuration
The reloading crew (3). They provide nourishment to new born Kel-Tecs.
Technician testing newborn P-11. Note new pistols in foreground. He is firing at target downrange - bullet trap in front.
Expansion of plant showing new bluing/finishing area
Cliff Davis at his desk - work bench is behind him
Digital readout of trigger weight - readout is tripped at 9.8 lbs.
Part of Kel-Tecs security system - Them is gators, folks..."The Evil Twins."
Cliff holding the "official" unofficial KTOG T-shirt. "The Plastic Fantastic."
The P-50? A .50 cal BMG round Personal Defense Device.
Capacity: 3 rounds
Weight: 12.6 oz. unloaded.