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    Anybody carry a KelTec PF9 or 11? Just wondering what you think of them. Supervisor has one he's never fired and selling for half-price to me. Take it?

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    Yes, jump all over that!

    They are good guns for the money, and great at half price.

    I bought one, and use it for hiking, camping, fishing, when I don't want to tear up a "good" gun.

    They do have a deep break-in period, though. It'll take about 500 rounds to get the frame rails in the shape they need to be in.



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    I have a P11. It's a good gun. I used to carry it until I got my XD40.
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    Absolutely not! In fact, give me his phone number so I can make sure he gets it to me for extended testing to make sure it's safe.

    I have a PF9 and love it!
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    Sorry if I end up hijacking this but how do you carry the PF9? Is it small enough or close enough to the size of the LCP to be carried in the pocket or no??

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    From an old comparison chart I have. Ignore the prices.


    Kel-Tec PF-9 9 x 19mm
    Frame: Aluminum/Polymer
    MSRP: Blued Slide $333
    Parkerized Slide $377
    Hard Chrome Slide $390
    Operation: DAO; Slide Lock
    Capacity: 7 +1
    Overall Length: 5.85”
    Height: 4.3”
    Width: 0.88”
    Weight Empty: 14.7 oz.
    Weight Fully Loaded 18 oz.




    Ruger LCP .380 ACP
    Frame: Aluminum/Polymer
    MSRP: $330
    Operation : DAO; Slide Lock
    Capacity: 6 +1
    Overall Length: 5.16”
    Height: 3.6”
    Width: .82”
    Weight Empty: 9.6 oz.
    Weight Fully Loaded 12 oz.
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    Ok well by the numbers it seems possible BUT is it comfortable/practical??

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    My P11 was not comfortable in my pocket and showed plainly. Likewise my CZ82 and Taurus 85. It might be different if you stood all the time because as soon as you sat down everything changes for the worse including the removing of the gun from the pocket.
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    Thank you much I guess ill start looking for an LCP then

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    jeeper1 wrote:
    From an old comparison chart I have. Ignore the prices.


    Kel-Tec PF-9 9 x 19mm
    Frame: Aluminum/Polymer
    MSRP: Blued Slide $333
    Parkerized Slide $377
    Hard Chrome Slide $390
    Operation: DAO; Slide Lock
    Capacity: 7 +1
    Overall Length: 5.85”
    Height: 4.3”
    Width: 0.88”
    Weight Empty: 14.7 oz.
    Weight Fully Loaded 18 oz.




    Ruger LCP .380 ACP
    Frame: Aluminum/Polymer
    MSRP: $330
    Operation : DAO; Slide Lock
    Capacity: 6 +1
    Overall Length: 5.16”
    Height: 3.6”
    Width: .82”
    Weight Empty: 9.6 oz.
    Weight Fully Loaded 12 oz.
    $333.00?

    Wow. Now mine is a P-11, the older version, but it sold for $240.00 brand new.





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    Wow. Nice. The hard chrome finish is $390 MSRP. Although I guess Ican't complain about you getting it cheaper since mine is only going to be half price

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    I have a PF9 that has quickly become my everyday carry just because it fits everywhere.

    Usually I carry it IWB, but I can also carry it comfortably in the front pocket of my jeans. It does print like crazy, but I also like my jeans to fit rather tight. In dress pants it absolutely disappears.

    I did a basic fluff and buff per GoldenLoki http://goldenloki.com/gunsmith/keltec/fullrp.htm
    and have not had any problems at all.

    Excellent gun.

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