P-11, PF-9 or P3-AT?

    View Poll Results: Which one would you buy now?

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    • P-11

      6 35.29%
    • PF-9

      6 35.29%
    • P3-AT

      4 23.53%
    • Ruger LCP if I could get my hands on one!

      1 5.88%
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    1. #1
      Member Dynamik1's Avatar
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      P-11, PF-9 or P3-AT?

      Which would you get for concealed carry and why?

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      I'm waffeling over the P-11. It feels nicer in my hand than the PF-9. If it came with a rail on it like the PF-9, I'd already have it.

      If I needed anything tiny, I'd go for the P3-AT.

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      Have all three. All are fine, LCP probably fine too but PF9 is favorite. I shoot it better, can pocket carry it & it holds 8 rds @ 350 ft/lbs each.

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      P-3AT clipped in my back pocket right now... I'm happy.

      If I'm going to carry a gun the size of a P-11 (which I sold for the P-3AT), I'll carry my XD9SC.

      The PF-9 was just a bit too big for pocket carry for me.

      JW

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      Been carrying a P-11 for some time now.

      800+ rounds fired through it with the only problems being after shooting nearly 450 rounds without cleaning as a test. Ejector broke Thursday don't know if it was one of the bad batch I heard they had awhile back or the +P HST's I was shooting.

      Love the size and weight of the P-11 albeit the trigger pull is stiff but acceptable once you are used to it.

      Just bought a p3at and stripped, cleaned, oiled and put a "fluff and buff" on it. Have to work this weekend so I will not be able to shoot it until later this week.

      To answer the question, P-11.

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      I've had no problems with my P3AT. It's a great little gun and serves its purpose as a pocket gun. I've held both of the 9mm's and fully loaded, they're just a bit too heavy for me to comfortably carry in my pocket all day.

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      i voted for the 3AT

      i was just about to buy one when the LCP came out so I got that one

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      I own a p-11. Have a couple holsters for it. Thinking of a P3at as next possible purchase.

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      My wife and I both have P-11's. I really don't care for the PF-9 design, and Kel-Tec is going to the same design for the P-11's soon. I wouldn't mind a P3-at though (not the LCP).The Ruger still has some bugs that need to be worked out, or so I've heard. And besides it's more expensive!

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      Drat! Got here too late for the poll!
      Well, anyway, I got to hold a PF-9 and lemme tell you, it is sweet. I really wonder if it's even possible to make a 9mm handgun smaller than that one.
      It's a very serious deep concealment gun.
      However, I already own a P-11 and am loving it. I carry it in my back pocket all day long and barely notice it's there. It feels like a wallet.
      BUT! Even though I have no real need for another 9mm handgun for CCW, if I were looking again, the PF-9 would be on top of the short list for consideration. Hell, more I think about it, the more I believe I'd toss that list and go for the PF-9. Fairly potent round in an almost too small delivery system that can be concealed nearly anywhere. What's not to like?

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