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      Congrats! 2 P3AT's, P11, PF9 SUB2000, previously had a P40. They seem to breed themselves!

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      Just bought my first Kel-Tec. A P3AT used off a friend. After 250 practice rounds, give or take a few, I would say it shots fine. Little small and the front sight is missing (to small to really see) but it is fine for a small gun when I can carry nothing of any size.

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      Quote Originally Posted by niadhf View Post
      I would, I have, I will again...
      +1 - I've owned a few, currently have a P32 and P11; would love to see them make a P series in .22LR and .45 ACP.
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      Kel-Tec Good Weapon

      Quote Originally Posted by twodogs View Post
      Kel-Tec owners only - Would you buy another Kel-Tec?

      I have read conflicting information about the guns, and I would like to hear from those that own/ed them. Please share the good, the bad, & the ugly stories.

      It seems to me that they can have some feeding issues when new, as well as some accuracy issues. I am also under the impression that the c-service is awesome!

      I am not looking for a range gun - something convenient to carry & reliable once it is broken in.

      THANKS!
      I've had my P3AT for some time now, shot it a lot, and I have a Covert Carrier on it so that it can't be seen while in concelaed carry. I'd buy another in a heartbeat if I needed a second one. I keep one in the pipe and 3 in the clip---don't want to weaken the spring. If I can't curtail anyone with 4 shots, then I'm in more trouble than I could handle anyway.

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      I've had a P-11 for about 10 years now & and would buy Kel-Tec again A HI-CAP .45acp carbine

      J.R.

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      In a heartbeat i'd buy another. I wouldnt mind getting the p3at.

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      For price and size it is the only one. I would be kidding myself to believe that some other gun or calibre would suit my pocket carry as I lug along with its one or two pounds of metal. If I am not going to carry it, there is no sense in buying it. The kel tec has its fans and critics but mine shoots well and is comfortable as heck sitting in my pocket.

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      I own the P3AT and like the gun. If I were to replace it, I would probably get the Ruger's version. But that's only because I'm partial to Rugers.

      Only problem I've ever had with it is sometimes I have to hit the back of the slide after the first shot.

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      P11,yes I would,Chromed slide all the way

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      http://www.kel-tec-cnc.com/p3at.htm

      It says here you can get a hard chrome version.

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      this is good to know , ive been thinkin about a p3at,ive always heard good things, but this re affirms it

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      Currently have P11, P32. Have put lots of rounds through both NOT 1 single hiccup!!! Love'em, excellent weapons. YES i would

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      I seem to have bought the only bad one out there. I bought it it shoot one shoot worked perfect then could never get it to fire again. I gave it away and would never consider another one if it were given to me. I hear good things about them but you won't hear good things from me. I will only tell of my experiance and will not trash the entire line of them.

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      yes i own three p32 p3at pf9. i like them and trust them.

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      I love my P32 but it lacks any serious stopping power or penetration.

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      Bought my first one about a week ago. Getting used to the trigger pull was my only problem. I like it. I may consider purchasing another one of their handguns in the future.

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      I would and did. I owned a pf9 first, and recently got a p3at. The latter lives in my pocket all the time now.

      There are other Keltec's I'd like to own too. KTOG user group lists all with pictures. I think they're great guns.

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      As mentioned in a previous post, I did get the P11. Looking back, I wish I had gone for the PF9, just to save a few ounces & have a slimmer gun. Overall, I like the gun. I have not put a lot of rounds through it - around 100 - but I have had no failures as of yet. I need a good holster before I start carrying it. I have been carrying an LCP, so the P11 seems huge!

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      P3at

      I have a P3AT and would buy another one. The rough textured grip is a big plus. I can conceal carry this gun in just about any clothing situation. The only issue I have is the lack of .380 ammo at affordable prices.

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      @ twodogs and anyone else that can help.

      I've heard several people say that they wished they had gotten a P9 because it is smaller than the P11.

      I copied this from the Kel-Tec website:

      Kel-Tec P11 Chrome $390
      Calibers: 9 x 19 mm Luger
      Weight unloaded: 14 oz.
      Loaded magazine: 6 oz.
      Length: 5.6"
      Height: 4.3"
      Width: 1"
      Barrel Length: 3.1"
      Sight radius: 4.6"
      Capacity: 10 + 1 *****
      Trigger Pull: 9 lbs

      Kel-Tec PF9 - Chrome $390
      Calibers: 9mm Luger 9x19mm
      Weight unloaded: 12.7 oz.
      Loaded magazine: 2.8 oz.
      Length: 5.85"
      Height: 4.3"
      Width: .88"
      Barrel Length: 3.1"
      Capacity: 7 + 1 ***

      What am I missing the look very similar in size.

      The weight difference is only because of the additional bullets ??

      I'm thinking about getting one of these - help / advice would be appreciated


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