I'm a true Kel-Tec believer!

I'm a true Kel-Tec believer!

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    I'm a true Kel-Tec believer!

    Ok, so I have posted several times answering questions about Kel-Tec pistols.

    Today I went to the range again and fired:
    100rds .9mm Luger (P-11)
    100rds .40S&W (P-11 with .40 cal conversion kit)
    100rds .9mm Luger (PF9)
    100rds .380ACP (P3AT)
    All Monarch brand target rounds and didn't have one FTF or FTE.

    YES I do trust my life to these fine pistols. The PF9 is my EDC.


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    My PF9 has been 100% reliable with every round sent through it, with exception of WWB. It's small, thin, light and very easy to conceal and carry. And at ~$250, sometimes less, they're an excellent value. Can't go wrong with the lifetime warranty either!
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    Same here. I'm 250 rounds into my first PF-9. Absolutely no problems. Trusty little gun.
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    I love my P32 and P3AT. Both have been perfect from round one.
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    I am seriously looking at the PF9 for everyday carry.....I know it won't be as concealable as my LCP, but looking to convert all my handguns to 9mm caliber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTomcat View Post
    Ok, so I have posted several times answering questions about Kel-Tec pistols.

    Today I went to the range again and fired:
    100rds .9mm Luger (P-11)
    100rds .40S&W (P-11 with .40 cal conversion kit)
    100rds .9mm Luger (PF9)
    100rds .380ACP (P3AT)
    All Monarch brand target rounds and didn't have one FTF or FTE.

    YES I do trust my life to these fine pistols. The PF9 is my EDC.
    Ouch! You were wearing gloves, right?

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    I still have two KelTec pistols, a .32 and the P-3AT. I have had both for over 6 or 7 years without any problems...very dependable pistols.
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    Not a single problem with my P-3AT. Carry it a lot and trust it.
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    I carried a PF-9 for over a year and loved it. It was 100% reliable with about 2,000 rounds through it. My only complaints were the "drunken mule" kick, long, heavy trigger pull, and low round count. I replaced it with an XD9SC. My wife carries a P-32 and it's FINALLY showing some wear and unreliability after about 4,000 rounds.

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    Started carring PF9 with no problems at all except for me I needed a deeper conceal.

    Wife and I both carry P3ATs and are very happy with them.

    All the Kel Tecs we have, have been 100%.

    It is said "you will fight as you are trained, and you will fight with what you have", that said in a close up fight my P3AT with good HP ammo will be what I have day to day.

    If things really get bad in this good country of ours and I feel the need I will move back to the PF9 with good HP ammo, and use P3AT for BUG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwlammers View Post
    Ouch! You were wearing gloves, right?
    That's what I'm saying I carry a P-11 in my pocket daily but no way I could do 100 rounds through it without gloves... I do love the lil buggers thought.

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    My BUG is a P11,just made a Single clip IWB holster for it and waiting on the dye to dry,also working on a pocket holster for those days I'm in cargo shorts and don't want the weight of my 1911 hanging on my belt
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    Glad you enjoy it!
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    I guess we all need to believe in something......but I am not a fan of their products (I have personal experienes owning and selling their products). Glad yours are doing well for you. To each his own as they say.
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    As far as KT being a great company that makes great products....Shhhhh, it's a secret.
    They're made of plastic, and they always break. That's why I only own 5.

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