Nope, no PF-9.
But I think that you know that we have a P3AT, which Jean carries when we go to the mainland.
It's had lots of practice rounds through it, and it hasn't bobbled yet.
And it's quite accurate.
I admit to having given it a ramp-and-chamber polish job, and to having de-horned its sharp-bottomed trigger. (All about an hour's-worth of work.)
I also added a steel magazine release, even though its original plastic part wasn't giving us any trouble.
My major gripe is its separate, and easily lost, ejector.
I've tried gluing it in, but nothing really "takes," not even epoxy.
So I have to be really careful to make sure that it stays in place, when I field-strip and clean the pistol.
Certainly, it's worth every penny we paid for it, and for its aftermarket parts too.
I'd buy another Kel-Tec gun, if I needed it.