About the Handgun:
The Kel-Tec PMR-30 handgun operates via a unique hybrid blowback/locked-breech system compatible with a variety of rimfire ammunition. The system adjusts between blowback and locked-breech based on the pressure produced by a given cartridge. Fitting flush with the pistol's polymer grip, the double-stack magazine holds 30 rounds. Fiber-optic front and rear sights are standard.
About the Manufacturer:
Kel-Tec CNC Industries Inc. is a private US company founded in 1991. Initially, a CNC machine shop, Kel-Tec started to manufacture firearms in 1995. First specializing in handguns for concealed carry by law enforcement personnel or licensed citizens, they have gradually diversified into rifles. Kel-Tec has become one of the top handgun makers in the US.
About the Cartridge:
This cartridge pushes the limits of pressure possible with a rimfire case. Also referred to as the .22 WMR, the .22 Magnum was initially offered with 40 grain FMJ and JHP bullets at an advertised muzzle velocity of 2000 fps from a rifle barrel and 1550 fps from a pistol barrel. Due to the high supersonic velocity, .22 WMR cartridges are loaded with jacketed bullets. The various 30-40 grain JHP bullets are best for varmint hunting, but are overly destructive on small game.