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    Any P-11 9mm Fans On Here?

    I got one 7-8 years ago and it's been great little gun(light to carry and 11rds in small gun,you can 13rders now) it's never failed to go bang except when I had the S&W 59 mags in it,they are used and might need new springs.I see ya'll like the .32's ,they are hust too small for my big hands but the P-11 is just right for me.Speak up. J.R.

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    J.R. , I had a P11 but I had so much trouble out of that thing it was unreal. It would NOT chamber any type of hollowpoint, It ejected cases up and strait back to the middle of my forehead, the firing pin spring had to be replaced because after about 150 rounds it became so weak it would only ignite approximately 15-20% of the primers, the rear sight kept sliding out of the frame, the magazine rattled so bad it sounded like a ticked-off eastern diamondback and their customer service was no help at all except for sending me a new firing pin spring on which I had to pay shipping. I swore I would never even pick up another KelTec from that point on. I know some people love them but I can't say that I'd recommend them to anyone. My .02 worth.

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    I fired a Keltec 9mm before - was not a fan. Recoil was too high, and the gun was having a failure to eject 1x every mag. It wasn't my gun, though.

    Only Keltec I want is the 32, which I got a week ago. Shot it a 2nd time yesterday. Gun is nice

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    Guys,sorry to hear about problems with a gun,I guess I got a Wednesday pistol?You might want to try here for any fluff and buff on http://www.ktog.org/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.cgi?s=Kel-tecs Ihaven't done anything to mine except replace plastic guide rod with S.S. one.I have friends in machine shop
    Shipwreck; how's that .32acp doin ya? J.R.

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    Shot it a 2nd time this past Sat - no issues - bought a 2nd mag. Seems that the stock mag feeds the 1st round off the clip just a bit smoother than the new mag. But, still works.

    I have used 1 box of WWB from wal-mart, and 2 boxes of FMJ Fiochi - I will stick w/ the Fiochi from now on for range use and for carry (only FMJ - I don't use JHP in that size round)

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    I carried a P-11 as a primary office carry/BUG for over a year, and took it to the local range at least once a month, during lunch. Each time I put a 50 round box of 147gr hollowpoints through it. I can remember only having 1 or 2 problems and both were near the end of the shooting sessions bit never within the first 3 mag's. I have now put about 2000 rounds through that little gun. I must admit it is hard on the hand shooting the heavy loads, but I did not buy this gun for long shooting sessions. It now is my nightstand gun, not because it is not good for carry, but because it was replaced with a Taurus PT-145 in my chosen caliber of .45acp, which is also my BUG behind my 1911's.

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    I only have four, one hard chromed, and three stainless models:

    The stainless P-11s range from one below s/n 9000, one around 24,000 and the third is above s/n 38,000. They are all reliable (without the KTOG fluff and buff), accurate and easy to carry and conceal. I have the factory trigger shoe on each of them, plus a steel guide rod, PT night sights and the belt clip on the (hard chromed) carry piece.

    Yep, I like 'em.

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    Kel-Tec P-11

    I have a hard chrome model, I have put a couple hundred rounds through it w/ no problems. I noticed the pocket holster I bought for it from Don Hume also fits my Kimber Ultra Ten II, which is a .45 and I feel less paranoid with the .45 in my pocket, so I leave the K/T in my safe now. Also I do remember the clips were rattling pretty bad on the Kel-Tec, not that it affected the function any, just made me self-conscious.

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