Kel-Tec shows off new KS7 shotgun, 33-round CP33 pistol at SHOT (PHOTOS)

Florida-based Kel-Tec brought their newest guns, including the compact KS7 bullpup 12 gauge and a sweet new .22LR to the big range day on SHOT Show eve.

Attending the 14th Annual Industry Day at the Range in Boulder City, Nevada on the day before the big firearms trade show put on by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Kel-Tec was offering their CP33 pistol and KS7 shotgun to the eager masses.

The KS7 is a “more affordable” complement to their KSG bullpup shotgun that features a single magazine tube rather than the dual tubes of their legacy 12 gauge. The pump-action scattergun, which runs 26.1-inches, will hold 6+1 3-inch shells or 7+1 if working with 2.75-inch hulls.

Company reps point out that, at $499, the KS7 will be mucho less than the heavier KSG, the latter of which has a retail starting at $999.

Weight is 5.9-pounds, unloaded, with an 18.5-inch barrel (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

The CP33 is a suppressor-friendly competition pistol and comes with quad-stacked flush-fit 33-round magazines.

The CP33 uses a flush-fit 33-round magazine that is clear, allowing easy round count at a glance

How the CP-33 looks with the slide locked open

Note the fiber front sights and extensive mounting rails. The barrel is 1/2x28TPI with a thread protector

The 5.5-inch bull barrel is standard, giving the gun an overall length of 10.6-inches. Weight is 24-ounces.

MSRP is $475.

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