WATCH: Kel-Tec CP33

posted on January 24, 2019
Following the launch of the company's popular PMR-30 chambered in .22 Mag, Kel-Tec fielded consumer demands for a similar pistol model chambered for the more-affordable .22 LR. With the launch of the new CP33 in 2019, that consumer demand has been answered, and the company focused on a few other elements of the platform to ensure that Kel-Tec fans had an improved platform in multiple respects.

Check out our Shooting Illustrated range video above, and for more information the new design, visit our Range Review here.


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