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    New PF-9 Part Deux

    Took the PF-9 out again this morning with 100 rounds of WWB 115 grain FMJ and seven rounds of Federal 124 JHP (hydra-shok). The Federals ran just fine. The WWB box went through the first twelve magazines without a hitch. Thirteenth magazine load had a stovepipe, most likely caused by limp wristing since I was trying out point shooting from the hip (I know, not recommended practice). The fourteenth magazine load had a nose dive caused by my failure to fully seat the magazine. I think I was getting tired by the last two magazine loads and overlooked some basic rules with regards to proper grip and bumping the magazine home.

    I haven't changed my mind about making this my primary concealed carry piece. However, I think I'll restrict myself to fifty rounds per session to avoid developing bad habits - easy to do since this pistol is so light extend shooting sessions get unpleasant. My overall impressions remain unchanged and I'm happy with my newest acquisition.

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    I've noticed the same thing with my 2 PF9s. Only problems I ever had was after shooting a lot and since I've limited myself to about 50 rds per sesson, no problems. I shoot one or both first, then move on to primary carry pistols.

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