Kel-Tec PF-9

Kel-Tec PF-9

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    Kel-Tec PF-9

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    I need opinions on the KelTec PF-9 Single Stack. I can get a good price on a new one.

    I currently cannot afford the Springfield EMP that I want not the the Kahr P9.

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    Yeah, it doesn't appear the search feature is quite working yet...

    Disclaimer: I do not own one, nor have shot one.

    However, I've researched single-stack 9's to death. I keep hoping Glock will come out with one, but I've decided that if I run across a PF9 at a good price, I'm on it. JMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavDoc View Post
    Forum Search Completed...No results.

    I need opinions on the KelTec PF-9 Single Stack. I can get a good price on a new one.

    I currently cannot afford the Springfield EMP that I want not the the Kahr P9.

    Thanks,
    I don't own one but I have shot one. Not comfortable to shoot but definitely functional. If you like kahr you could take a loot at the CW9. It's about 25 percent cheaper then the P9. It's basically the same gun just with a few changes to make it less expensive.
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    Mine has been 100% reliable from day one. I would buy another.

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    My PF9 was the first CC that I bought, it has been 100% and I like it, but have moved on to its littler brother P3AT also a 100% gun.
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    I have one and absolutely love it. No malfunctions of any kind. I duracoated the slide and now it is perfect. Just make sure you get the Hogue Hand-All Jr. grip which makes the shooting discomfort almost non-existent. I put over 200 rounds down range a few weeks ago and hand no discomfort problems at all. Go over to KTOG.org bulletin board if you want more information from actual owners. PS- I'll be buying my second PF9 in the next couple months, if that tells you anthing :)

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    Thanks for the responses. I can get one NIB for $229. For those who own one, what holster are you using for the PF9?
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    Wish I could get one for that !!!!

    This site will answer your ??

    http://www.ktog.org/cgi-bin/yabb2/Ya...oard=newpistol

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    I have tried a bunch of IWB single-clip holsters and none of them worked for me. I have a CBST on the way that will work perfectly as I've already tried one. Where are you buying a PF-9 for $229 NIB? Please do tell!!!
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    I believe I saw that price on the latest CDNN catalog I got in the mail the other day. They have P-11's for the same price too.
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    My PF-9 has been 100% also. I carry it in a CB Minituck. I think the ST is probably a little overkill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ev239 View Post
    I believe I saw that price on the latest CDNN catalog I got in the mail the other day. They have P-11's for the same price too.
    BINGO, we have a winner. CDNN
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    I had one and sold but not due to any issues, I just wanted a snubbie because of versitility. The PF9 would not fit in my pocket or ankle and limited me to IWB and I prefer my 1911 for that. I used a bicycle tube for a little added grip and would recommend the pinky extension on the mag. It is a dream to carry and that dude is light... shoots pretty good... I'd buy another if I had a need for it.

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    I too thought the ST would be overkill, but then I tried them both on at my LGS. The ST fit my body much better and was more comfortable (I am 6'5", 220 pounds). I then emailed CB and they said the MT was best for those up to 34' waist. Not sure why that matters. To me, I liked the spacing betwen the metal clips on the ST better than the MT. Seemed like it held the gun in place better.
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    They do sell them for $229.00, but I just called and they don't have any in stock. The guy on the phone at CDNN did not seem optimistic about when the new ones would be coming in...........
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