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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    I love my P 3AT, been thinking about a P11. Gotta love a pistol that disappears into jeans pockets!
    Look at the PF9 if you want it to disappear in your pocket. It's a single stack 9mm and the P-11 is double stack. The PF9 is a lot thinner.
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  3. Fred you are living proof that more Kel Tecs are always better!:D
    And extremely addictive.:D
    Nuke'em til they glow then shoot them in the dark!

  4. Quote Originally Posted by DrDavidM View Post
    I have a Kel-Tec p3at. For the small pocket 380 it serves its purpose well. I looked for a PF9 a few months ago and couldn't find one. So I bought a Kahr cw9

    Me too! Well, close. I got a Kahr PM 9. My buddy waited until he finally found a Kel-tec Pf 9.

    Both are great guns. (But he paid a lot less. )

  5. to raybsc trying to connect 40 top end and 1 kt mag and 2 s7w mags + wolf springs for mags and barrel recoil also grip sleeves for long mags

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwo51 View Post
    to raybsc trying to connect 40 top end and 1 kt mag and 2 s7w mags + wolf springs for mags and barrel recoil also grip sleeves for long mags
    Yep, that'll work!:D
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    How does the PF9 stack up against the sig P239?
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  8. Alot cheaper,may not stand 10,000 rounds and is made in USA. I like my KELTEC's.

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    You're right...the PF9 looks better for my purposes than the P11. For those who've used both, how does the PF9 compare to the P3AT for recoil? I'm assuming that the larger frame and grip are an improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwo51 View Post
    Alot cheaper,may not stand 10,000 rounds and is made in USA. I like my KELTEC's.
    No problem there either. With their lifetime warranty they will build another weapon with the same serial number if they have to. Wear them out and get a new one...:)


    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    You're right...the PF9 looks better for my purposes than the P11. For those who've used both, how does the PF9 compare to the P3AT for recoil? I'm assuming that the larger frame and grip are an improvement.
    You'll get a little more recoil from the PF9 since it's 9mm. I don't think its that bad or that much of a difference.
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  11. Just one. The P-11. It fits my hand perfectly!

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