Editor, The Armory Life
Hello all, here is today's article posted on TheArmoryLife.com. It is titled “Sterling Submachine Gun: The Arsenal of Villainy” and can be found at https://www.thearmorylife.com/sterling-submachine-gun/.
Not to mention if you're in charge of props for a movie and need two dozen machine guns as non-functioning props by the end of the week, you could go to the local hardware store and build non-functioning reasonable facsimiles in a week.You are correct Rick. It is a very simple design and I can't remember ever having a jam or misfire during any competition.
I'll have a martini to that this evening. Three olives. Shaken, not stirred!I've not had the opportunity to fire a Sterling, but did get a chance to fire its ugly step sister, the Sten years ago.
I enjoyed the article, and its tongue in cheek reference to Bond, James Bond.
KS7 is a pretty slick little shotgun, though if I was in the market for a small, pump shotgun I would look at the regular KSG. I have a gen 2 or 3 KSG25. It runs very well. If there is ever a zombie apocalypse or I find myself in a situation like Tony Montana did at the end of Scarface, that'd be the one I grabbed. I'm not sure what your budget is, but if you are looking at small shotguns you might take a look at the IWI Tavor TS-12. About the size of a KSG, 16+1 (2 if you ghost load) semi auto.I bought a Glock 26 but I haven't been to the range yet. Just attached a light and laser to it today. Been looking at the Kel-Tek KS7 shotgun. I'm tempted! Have a buyer for my Browning Hi-Power (collectors item) manufactured in Belgium. Only put about 300 rounds through it since I bought it back in '99. Excellent condition.
KSG is Kalifornia legal. Each mag holds 7 rounds.Thanks for your input, but unfortunately for me, Kalifornia restricts how many rounds are legal. I like the KS7 and it holds 8 shells. My store sells this for over $700 but they say they'll give me a deal on it. I'll ask them when I pick up my ammo.