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    Oppions wanted about keltec pf 9

    Usage will be my truck gun it will remain there most of the time. I will not be shooting it every time I go to the range or woods. Most ammo would be fmjs I will only run hollow points threw on occasion to make sure it will feed jhps without issue. For my intended uses what do keltec owners think good decision or bad?

    I have multiple other handguns for home and lots of shooting but just want something a little less expensive to keep in truck in case of theft. I still want something 100 percent reliable. Thanks Gary

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    I dont know much about the pf9, but my girlfriends dad just bought a p11. He really likes it and my only complaint is the incredibly long and strong trigger pull. Many here recommend kel-tecs, especially for ccw. Have you held/looked at it yet? that will be your best bet in order to tell if you like it or not

    and welcome to the forum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rccola712 View Post
    I dont know much about the pf9, but my girlfriends dad just bought a p11. He really likes it and my only complaint is the incredibly long and strong trigger pull. Many here recommend kel-tecs, especially for ccw. Have you held/looked at it yet? that will be your best bet in order to tell if you like it or not

    and welcome to the forum!
    I can't find one to hold any place in town, and the wating list seems to be at lest 2 months if they can even get it. .

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    I've run one full mag of Blazer 9mm through one, and it seemed to work just fine. Certainly the owner likes it a lot. Trigger was a bit better than the P11 that I have tried. As for being a KT owner, I do have a P3AT that is 100% reliable.

    The strength of that kind of design (slim carry weapon) lies in it's ability to conceal a bit easier than say a Sig.

    We'll pause here so everyone can say "a Sig"......

    Since a truck gun does not need to be concealed, I can't see getting a smaller 9mm when there are other handguns out there that are more comfortable to shoot, holds more rounds, are easier to find, and are in the same general price range. But that's just me.....

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    I shoot my PF-9 every weekend about, I shoot 3 clips out of it each time, which would be 21 shots. Never had one jam or any problems yet, I shot a few hundred rounds so far and great gun so far. I read a lot of problems with them and I took and chance. I think most problems are now fixed they feed is longer so no more jamming. I use longer pointed ammo for this reason, the stubby ones were getting jammed they were saying. CC is awesome, its nice and small, great summer carry gun. Great price too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmounce View Post
    Usage will be my truck gun it will remain there most of the time. I will not be shooting it every time I go to the range or woods. Most ammo would be fmjs I will only run hollow points threw on occasion to make sure it will feed jhps without issue. For my intended uses what do keltec owners think good decision or bad?

    I have multiple other handguns for home and lots of shooting but just want something a little less expensive to keep in truck in case of theft. I still want something 100 percent reliable. Thanks Gary
    I have only put about 100 rounds through mine so far, but it seems to work well. I had a few failure to go into battery with the first few Federal HP ammo that I tried, but ball fed flawlessly. The HP rounds seemed to do better after the first few magazines, I didn't have any problems in the last 50 rounds or so. I can tell you that it is a little tough to control if you have a large hand, and are using the higher performance ammo. The trigger is better than my P-3AT.

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    I have not had any problems with my PF9. Not to mention the fact that it is so easy to shoot LOL.

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    ive heard nutn but good things about them, but i keep my sigma in my truck

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    I had a PF9 and had some FTFs with it. Tried different grips and even sent back to KT for repair. I had the same problem after it came back. Never was sure if it was the gun or my grip causing the problem but ended up selling it. I'd suggest firing one yourself before getting one. i've since bought a P3at and no problems at all with it.

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    +1 for the P11. A great little gun with a big bang and 12 rounds!

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    I had my pf 9 for about 6 months and its a good gun but NOT an gun you want to shoot alot.I ony had one FTF in the 100 or so rounds and thats because I limp wristed it.

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    I'm really pleased with my PF 9. It has been 100% reliable and its accuracy is a lot better than I expected.

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    The PF 9 is an excellent personal defense weapon. It was never designed or intended as a range gun. It's design has grown from the extremly successful 380 giving the owner the powerfull 9mm cartridge in a highly concealable package. The recoil is hash, the trigger slap will hurt your finger, however the bad guy on the receiving end is going to have a worst day and be hurting alot more than you.

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