Kel Tec P11

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    Kel Tec P11

    Hello I know I could do a search but Thought I would ask too.

    I have had very good luck with my Kel- Tech's .380 and .32

    Bolth have been flawless this far bought them last year.

    Just bought the P11 today 9mm.

    The range was closed today but I hope to get on this Friday.

    Any one owning the 9 mm I would like to hear good and bad

    Thanks

    Happy Easter

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    I like mine, all my guns are 9mm so I only have to buy one kind of amo. as for the P11 you need to go to KTOG.org and check out the reviews and updates you can do to your P11 like the trigger fix and polishing the ramp. Very good site for owners. If I had to select another small 9mm I would buy KelTec again, Small, reliable, and good price.

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    Its a good gun for 300 bucks. The trigger is pretty horrible, but you get used to it with a little practice. Mine has had all the cheap ammo shot through it and not one single hiccup. I used to carry mine every day until i made a good iwb holster for my xd, so now its a safe queen unless I wear it in an ankle holster as a BUG.

    Get the grip extension from keltec and some 12-round mags (they are flush fit mags )

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    i got two and both are shooters. never had any problems.
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    I think that the P11 need to have a DA/SA trigger system. That DAO is really long.
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    I have the KelTec .32 and the P-3AT, and I had the P-11 for a short time. I've had no problems with any of my KelTecs, but the P-11's loooooong trigger pull was just not something I could get used to...I traded it off, but it was a dependable gun.
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    Thanks, for the replys

    I had my 25 year old Rugger Super Black hawk 44.mag It was

    a very clean gun I just wanted a smaller gun .

    At first I saw a very clean used Smith 9VE that I could buy

    with no out of pocket cash so I told the Guy I would take it.

    The used Gun had to stay at shop for another 23 days to make

    sure it would clear no problem for me with that.

    I went home did some looking and saw some bad press on it.

    I went back to shop told the Guy I would like to buy a new Tec P11

    which I took home with me did I make the right choice ??

    I have had a flawless performance on my Kel tec .380. and .32

    The range was closed for service yesterday but I hope

    to get on today .

    Happy Easter to all

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    I like mine overall, especially with the 12-round magazines. That's a lot of rounds in such a tiny package. Yes, the trigger is long and heavy, but after getting a 442 with a 14# trigger pull, it suddenly didn't seem bad any more!

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    I have carried one most of the time for a couple of years. Very concealable, and very dependable. For sure the trigger isn't one of its strong points, but I've learned to shoot it

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    I have one P11 that was of my original carry guns. It is one that is reliable and still in my collection.
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    Another +1 for the P11. I carry one nearly every day. It's reliable and accurate. I carry 124 grain Hydro-Shocks in the P11.

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    I have a P11 for about 11 years now and the trigger has smoothed out a tad and is easier to shoot. I pocket carry my parkerized slide in a desantis pocket holster in my cargo pant jeans and no printing and carry the Hornady Critical Defense 9mm115 grain loads. for the price I paid for it $250.00 including tax,It has been a great carry piece and I will never get rid of it. richgp100z

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    I have the parkerized,carry it 5 days a week. trigger sucks a little.
    Never missed a beat in over 5oo rounds through it.
    Its not a range gun its a lightweight package with a good amount of rounds


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    Here is the range report on my new P11.

    I did get to the range with it on Friday.

    I ran over 100 rounds threw .

    The 1st say 12 - 20 rounds I had two fail to eject .

    But after that not a problem

    I like it

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    I carry my P11 almost daily. My son and I put 100 rounds thru it at the ranch Saturday. I would guess I have close to 500 rounds thru mine, of vatious flavors and types and it eats them all great. The trigger does take a little getting used too! Its not a target gun, but for the money its a great SD defense gun!!!!
    My KelTex P3AT is the same way..I shoot it often and carry it with out hesitation...Both are very reliable.
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