Kel-Tec PMR-30: Top Handgun Reviews
National Interest blog gives a quick introduction of the PMR-30 pistol by Kel-Tec. It’s a reasonably priced handgun that has a suggested retail price of $454.55. They don’t exactly answer the above question. But, the initial description of this weapon is quite impressive.
The PMR-30 is is light enough to be packed in and forgotten, then punch holes in soda cans in a friendly shooting contest. It is a reliable, low-recoil handgun whose large ammunition capacity can give the user the confidence he or she can live through an extended shooting engagement without reloading. Kel-Tec’s pistol can admirably fill a number of niches, from fun shooting to self defense, offering a little something for everyone. Kel-Tec PMR-30: Most Deadly Handgun on Planet Earth? | The National Interest Blog
What is most impressive about this pistol is that it holds 30 rounds which, according to the article is among the top ammo capacity for pistols on the market.
The Kel-Tec PMR-30 blows every other gun out of the water in ammo capacity. The gun’s double-stack magazine holds thirty rounds of .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire (WMR) ammunition. That’s five times as many rounds as the typical revolver, more than four times as much as a M1911A1 handgun and 70 percent more ammunition than a Glock 17. Kel-Tec PMR-30: Most Deadly Handgun on Planet Earth? | The National Interest Blog
The 30 round capacity is impressive. However, the reader needs to note that the PMR-30 uses .22 caliber rounds. So, based upon a 357 magnum the PMR 30 is underwhelming. However, the lower caliber is suitable for individuals who want a weapon that doesn’t have much recoil, which makes this weapon suitable for either novice shooters or individuals who aren’t comfortable with guns; but, need a reliable self-defense tool.
A soft-shooting gun like the PMR-30 would generate less anxiety for someone afraid of gun recoil, making that person more confident in their shooting abilities—especially during high stress situations. Kel-Tec PMR-30: Most Deadly Handgun on Planet Earth? | The National Interest Blog
Overall, based on the review, the PMR 30 seems like a great weapon. However, in a self-defense situation, you’ll likely not need 30 rounds. So, you may want to invest in a higher caliber weapon