Kel-Tec PMR30 22 Win Mag, 4.3" Barrel, Fiber Optic Sights, 30rd Mag
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Kel-Tec PMR30 22 Win Mag, 4.3" Barrel, Fiber Optic Sights, 30rd Mag

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The Kel-Tec PMR-30 is a light weight, full size pistol chambered for the flat-shooting .22Magnum cartridge (.22WMR). The PMR-30 operates on a unique hybrid blowback/locked-breech system. This operation system allows for the use of a wide variety of ammunition as it seamlessly adjusts between locked breach and blowback operation, depending on the pressure of the cartridge. It uses a double stack magazine of a new design that holds 30 rounds and fits completely in the grip of the pistol.

The trigger is a crisp single action with an over-travel stop. The manual safety is a thumb activated ambidextrous safety lever (up for SAFE, down for FIRE). The slide locks back after the last shot and a manual slide lock lever is also provided. The light, crisp trigger pull and fiber optic sights make the PMR-30 ideal for target shooting and hunting small game.

STRONG, LIGHT WEIGHT CONSTRUCTION The Kel-Tec PMR-30 weighs only 13.5 oz. empty. It's slide and barrel are 4140 steel and frame is precistion machined from 7075 aluminum. The PMR-30 grip, slide cover, trigger, mag release, and safety levers are glass reinforced nylon (Zytel), much like other Kel-Tec Pistols. Dual opposing extractors improve reliability, heel magazine release aids with magazine retention, dovetailed aluminum front sight allows easy windage adjustment. The PMR-30 disassembles for cleaning by removal of a single pin.

PMR-30 uses a unique hybrid blowback/locked-breech system that seamlessly adjusts to fit the pressure of the cartridge. Recoil buffer and dual captive co-axial recoil springs combined with the crisp, short-reset trigger allow high rate of aimed fire. The barrel is fluted for light weight and effective heate disssipation. A picatinny rail is provided for mounting lights and lasers.
The Kel-Tec PMR-30 and two Zytel magazines with 60 rounds total of powerful 22WMR (70% more kinetic energy than 22LR) weigh only 25.5 oz, far less than a ruger Mk III (34 oz) or a Browning Buckmark (36 oz) with one 10-round magazine of 22LR each.
  • Category : Pistols
  • Type : Pistol
  • Action : Single
  • Caliber : 22 Winchester Magnum
  • Barrel Length : 4.3"
  • Capacity : 30+1
  • Safety : Ambidextrous
  • Grips : Black Polymer
  • Sights : Fiber Optic
  • Weight : 13.6 oz
  • Frame Finish : Black

16 Reviews

  • 5 star +

    Posted by R Thomas on Jun 7th 2018

    I would give this a 10 if they had it. So fun and accurate too

  • Finally got My own PMR30 thanks Impact Guns

    Posted by JoJo on Sep 24th 2015

    This weapon is ahead of its time, as far as design, function, and magazine capacity. If you know weapons and like them like I do. The
    Kel-Tec PMR 30 is virtually weightless compared to any other weapon you own. Remember you are shooting a 22MAG. It packs a punch and you get to shoot 30 rounds, and it shoots flawless. All I can say is it's my new conceal carry weapon of choice regardless of size.

  • love my pmr-30

    Posted by jjay on Nov 9th 2012

    I read a lot of reviews concerning this gun and decided that the folks who actually had one and used the proper ammo absolutely loved it. I liked the concept of a small caliber handgun with a large capacity clip, and decided to get one.

    My local gun shop had a new design model in stock. They had heard of the moratorium on production concerning the keyholing issue and assured me that the one I was buying was of the "post-correction" vintage.

    In short--we absolutely love this gun. before the first trip to the range we gave it a quick coat of dry-lube on all the metal parts and in the magazines. It shot flawlessly first time and has not had a performance issue that I know of.

    My 15 year old daughter has had a gun in her hands about 6 times, this gun being most of those. At 10 yards she can put 8 of 10 rounds in a grapefruit size target in less than 15 seconds, shooting one handed.

    To all the folks having mechanical issues with this gun, my experience is that many (most) exotic hard metals, most especially the stuff this thing is made of, are prone to galling without a lot of care being taken. keep a can of good spray lube handy, (and use it), when breaking this gun in, and dont be afraid to add a couple of drops of good old 3-in-1 oil when shooting heavy at the range.

    We will be getting the daughter her own PMR-30 for Christmas this year.

  • Use some oil

    Posted by Gun Luckey on Jun 13th 2012

    I have read where the Kal-tec PMR-30 jams. When I bought mine, I couldn't get out 2 shots. I had read that a guy shot some 200 rounds and no longer had a problem. I thought of reasons why this could be, so I sprayed some oil into the Magizine and it shot a full 30 rounds with no jams. I have since shot many magazines through this gun and it has performed without fault

  • Load on sunday, fire all week.

    Posted by Jimmie Styer on Jun 2nd 2012

    I bought mine on April 5 of 2011 and it took tell March 3 of this year to get it but it was worth the wait. The week after I took it out to the range. The magazine miss feed only once and I know it was my fault the way I loaded it. Besides that it never miss feed again or jammed on me. I put 550 rounds of CCI Maxi-Mag 40 grain bullet. Every round was a flame thrower. Very light gun and easy to take apart to clean.

  • PMR-30 in Vt.

    Posted by The Woodchuck on Apr 26th 2012

    I had a lot of trouble with mine out of the box. I was forgiving it the breakin period on loading clips. After clips had been loaded and exercised 3 or 4 times they settled in to be reasonable.
    But the first time I took it out to range for a serious workout I had some kind of trigger misshap/ breakdown, after having quite a few ftf and fte. I ended up almost losing that transparent plastic buffer out in the field dropping it on the ground. When I packaged it up to send it back to Kel-Tec I mentioned what I thought of that "invisible plastic buffer" Told them it worked better than camaflage would have.
    I had it returned about a week after I shipped it out with a note about the repair and had been test fired by 3 gunsmiths, also with EXTRA buffers that are now a solid white. Much better than the transparent, I WILL be careful if I disaaemble it in the winter up here in VT. It seems to be a fine performer now with about 250 rounds through it. Very accurate, light, I love it except for the initial experience.

  • Different Looking

    Posted by GWNhunter on Mar 22nd 2012

    Design is a bit strange. What's up with all the rivets and Allen screws? Couldn't the frame be a one-piece molded unit? This looks like a Frankenstein gun. Hopefully kel-tec will clean this up with future evolutions.

  • pmr 30

    Posted by zippy on Mar 3rd 2012

    its kinda like bigfoot,ya hear about it but it never to be found,dont hold your breath waiting on one...slow

  • New Feb 2012

    Posted by Dave on Feb 18th 2012

    Bought new and fired approximatley 450 rounds using CCI Mini-Mags at 40 grain No problems at all. Nice gun, light and quite accurate. I checked with Keltec to see if mine had the newer barrel which it has. The older versions had a issue with tumbling because of the barrel twist but ammo feeding has not been an issue. The gun is easy to clean and disassemble. Very good weapon.

  • Now I love it

    Posted by MoDoc on Nov 10th 2011

    When I first got my PMR-30, it had horrible problems ejecting, feeding, etc. I sent it back to the factory, and 3 weeks later I had it back with a new barrel. Now it works perfectly. It is very accurate, and I love the high capacity magazine. No problems at all now after 300 rnds or so. I had some trouble finding a holster that wasn't too big, and have settled on a Uncle Mikes size 5. Easy takedown for cleaning [which is a must with any .22 caliber gun], and light weight makes it a good choice for hiking in the woods.

  • Just one thing about the Ammo its not .22 cheap

    Posted by M on May 24th 2011

    If I could buy this gun I would in a heartbeat! What a truly cool design I love Kel-Tec.

    One point though I am new to the shooting for fun game. I was givin a .22 win Mag rile I thought great I will buy a brick of .22 ammo and be shooting.

    Opps turns out .22WMR cost a lot more. I paid $12 for a box of 100 local at first than I paid $8. online and bought in bulk.

    But next to regular .22 Long Rifle this ammo is much more.

    O.K. that is my stupid newbie comment for other newbies. Enjoy your sport!


    Posted by JERRY on May 6th 2011


  • Kel Tec PMR 30

    Posted by DeVere on Feb 15th 2011

    I love my PMR 30, however, it fails to load and fails to eject regularly, even after 500 rounds. It is a ball to shoot and very accurate. You have to be ready to clear it all the time though. I have tried 7 different brands of ammo. Some cycle much better than others.

  • Great shooter

    Posted by David on Dec 15th 2010

    This is a great pistol to go out to the range with gives a fun day of shooting and keeps it affordable. Very accurate and also a great home defense weapon. Oh the price is fantastic.

  • Great gun

    Posted by Matt on Dec 15th 2010

    If your looking for a reliable 22 look no further, not only is this gun accurate, you dont have to go through the hassle of constantly reloading it especially when target shooting.

  • Fun to shoot

    Posted by David on Nov 14th 2010

    The KEL 22 WMR with the 30 round mag is a great all around pistol. It is very lightweight but has the ability to hold tight groups. This is a great home defense weapon with plenty of fire power if needed. The ammunition cost is reasonable which makes it ideal for the range. Great shooter with only a few failure to feed problems but the manufacturer will make the repairs and have it back in your hands in about 3-4 days. Worth every dollar.

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