impalor1979: looking to buy either Kel Tec SU-16CA vs. Ruger Mini-14... what do you guys think is better for just accuracy range shooting and plinking...?
crimsonpride48: The "C" will fire 5.56 or .223 for whom it may concern. SEMPER FI
Slade229: @gconal There's hollow point 55 grain .223 rounds you know. I never use FMJs for home defense, I just use hollow points.
prolfinator: mabey for the 500 retail price 800 seams allitle steep
gconol: Someone commented that the .223 bullet breaks apart on the dry wall ?? What kind of dry wall is that ? If the 9mm bullet goes through dry wall easily at 900 ft/sec, then the .223 at 3000 ft/sec will go through just about anything in the house. That round is not an ideal home defense round, it'll go through a person like nothing and most likely injuring your neighbors too.
rinninggun5: why would you keep it loaded for comintary. lol. I would have lmao if it went off during review. :P
SuperSneakySniper: lol 8:07 I love the way you say "easy to LODE" haha gets me every time :D
I'm thinki'n about getting one of the Su-16CA models. How's reliability for you? jams?
mrsentry08: stupid the su 16c has a thicker barrel than the su 16a, and b to handle 5.56x45 rounds not JUST. 223. And that's why its su 16c not cuz PEOPLE SAID it means Charlie its the 3rd model. Wow your not smart!
BabyBear556x45: You could have saved about 100 buck more to get a DPMS Oracle Very Cheap and strong AR-15
LibertyNOTPoverty: Great gun man, keep it up. Kel Tec made an AR-15 accessory acceptable gun with an AK-47 gas system( Long Stroke Gas Piston, not direct impingement). The SU-16c is what Im saving my pennies for now. Kel Tec offers a pistol grip ar-15 style stock for the SU line and it looks bitchin! Check out NUTNFANCY's review on the SU-16, he is by far the most in depth and well informed tabletop reviewer on Youtube
ldgrey1963: Hopefully the weapon was not charged, a loaded magazine does not equal a loaded weapon. He could use frangiable ammo for home defense. So you safety NUTS need to take it easy. Remember constructive comments train people, not bashing them with your knowledge of how things should be done. As for the individual making this video, thanks for the video, but for safety's sake leave out the ammo when doing the further reviews.
blaziankhmer: i bought a stag arm for 819 at my gun shop, i think i rather pay 20 bucks more for an AR
Fujisuka: Do what you can with what you have, but that rifle is a piece of crap. Better than nothing, but it's still a piece crap. Not battle proven at all, and it jams.
Jim Hunter: I reply to adam818 statement that the 223 is not home defense round, there has been new studies and several TV shows on the Sportsman and Outdoor channel showing otherwise. The .223 (5.56mm) bullet brakes apart when hitting the first drywall panel and they saw it was the best for not over penetrating walls. They have shown, 38cal, 9mm,40S&W and even 12g shotgun going through several panel for dry wall. What the experts say is the .223 bullet as one of the best for home defense. Y,Safety check!
Jim Hunter: I reply to adam818 statement that the 223 is not home defense round, there has been new studies and several TV shows on the Sportsman and Outdoor channel showing otherwise. The .223 (5.56mm) bullet brakes apart when hitting the first drywall panel and they saw it was the best for not over penetrating walls. They have shown, 38cal, 9mm,40S&W and even 12g shotgun going through several panel for dry wall. What the experts say is the .223 bullet as one of the best for home defense.
adamk818: Did you really make a video in your house with a loaded gun?...really?
223 is NOT a home defense round, what is wrong with you? How many walls do you want to shoot through?
piegazer: whats the length with the stock folded?
JD Chase: This gun would be fantastic for urban defence due to the folding stock.
This is the only model that fires with the stock folded.
gcollin75: Hey buzzkillington, it was sarcasm.
DEOXYS987: i bought a kel tec su16A for 499$ in california
J0Gu7: Cabela's has bushmaster AR-15's for $650
gcollin75: In case you guys did not know this gun is a SU16 Carbeen
with33: it came with 2 extra mags the problem is the state i live in has high gun taxes i cant just order it off a website i have to have a gunshop order it he adds some onto that then the taxes lol
but it was worth evry cent i paid i love it fianlly got it out long enough toget a good test 1000 rounds and it worked perfect
THarrisson: btw 800 I would say is TOO much, unless its coming with optics, extra mags, or some sort of accessories, I mean the Msrp is set at 700, but you can shop online and find most places are offering it around 600
kustom56merc: I know what you mean. I paid a bit over $500 online, and $85 plus tax when it got here to LA.
with33: ehh there was places online that sold it for 500plus but my gunshop is kinda pricey and i didnt wanna go through the hassle of ordering it fulling out all the crap to be able toget it ect
i live in chicago guns are taxed here like a mofo now
kustom56merc: it is an even better gun if you can find it for $600.
MrMetalcore666: That gun is chambered to shoot a 5.56, but can shoot the .223, it will be a lot more accurate if you use a 5.56
with33: well thanks to ur vids i bought one and i took it out to the range yeserday spent 200 dollers on ammo and anouther 700 for the gun but this gun is awsome
jammed twice out of 1 thousand roudns witch is very good for what it is
i think i found my new backup weapon to my ak or my m4 i will defently take this thing cmping with me next week might even try to hunt with it
terry walters: dude you are a nob! showing a weapon which is loaded a weapon is safe only when unloaded your the type of person who would shoot one's self by acident!
terry walters: mate who taught you to show a rifie that is loaded a weapon is only safe when it is empty! you nob
zenanskig: extremely good .223 rifle
with33: i saw one at this gun shop by my house was selling for 800 didnt have the cash to buy went back a month later and it was gone
is it a good gun?
rbelena: Any chance you can do a field strip and cleaning video on this 16C. I just got mine yesterday partly based on your very good video. Thanks....
nick potella: it kicks noticeably more than an AR because of its action and weight. that and its a budget gun its got a cheap barrel non chromelined, thin, 1:9 twist and its piston system isn't like an AK either. overall tho good gun for the money but not comparable to an AR in most categories. the SU-16's are so cheap now i think i saw one for $420 a while ago good deal for a .223 cheaper than a mini-14 as well. however if you look around for parts you can build a decent AR for $600-700.
zenanskig: Like $600 +
ARX7ARBALESTZ7: how much did you get it for?
samthecat07: TO: zenanskig, Thanks for the info...that'll work!!!
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zenanskig: there is a take down video on here of the Kel-TEc PLR-16 just search " Kel-Tec PLR 16 Field Strip "
samthecat07: Please do a slow and up close takedown. I own one, but have yet to take it apart. The manual isn't very clear to me.
zenanskig: Yes it does.
bigphil562: does it take ar-15 mags
zenanskig: No issues runs like a champ feeds all kind of ammo
freeze427: How do you like it after you have had it for a while? Any problems, jams, etc?
nessa6565: i dont understand how AR people hate on this gun so much. It's the best of both world, superior AK gas system with proven AR bolt system. Plus it's lighter than an AR. Like another user said, it's a hybrid. I guess that just fanboy mentality. Hate anything that different.
starkidd813: Ive got the su-16a but I have the pistol grip stock, and compact forend. Personally on mine man I think the bi- pod was kinda flimsy.
O4jampO4: hey man,are u near dallas,if so id buy it,paid 300 for mine also great bang for the buck i like my saiga .223 a lil more tho, let me know.
ButtPoopWiggle: Hey you guys, check out Nutnfancy's review of this gun.
Nice video man. Great footage of the gun's stock, fore-end, etc. Don't forget, this gun is actually more closely related to the AK-47 in that it is a piston design rather than direct impingement. The bolt however is an m-16/ar-15 design. It's like a hybrid, but it operates more like an AK, although it does fire the .223...
Either way, I want that exact gun. The charlie model.
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