Kel-Tec’s PMR-30 is a small-game and/or target pistol with a suggested retail price of $415. The gun holds 30 .22Magnum rounds and can be switched between blowback operation or locked breach.
In May 2011 Kel-Tec suspended shipments of the PMR-30 due to reliability issues including a potential key-holing problem with the barrel. The company lists the PMR-30 as one of their current firearms. Kal-Tec claims all of its pistols have an expected life cycle of at least 6,000 rounds.
Many unfamiliar with Kel-Tec learned about the weapons manufacturer in 2012 as the details of the Trayvon Martin homicide case were released. During this time it was revealed that the 9mm handgun George Zimmerman was accused of having used to kill Martin was a Kel-Tec PF-9
The Cocoa, Florida based company also sells accessories for the PMR-30 such as scope mounts, extra magazines and flash reducers. In August 2012, Kel-Tec confirmed it would continue its sponsorship of Student of the Gun, a weekly firearms education program.