NEW Kel-Tec PF-9 - Is Anyone Else PUMPED with Anticipation?

NEW Kel-Tec PF-9 - Is Anyone Else PUMPED with Anticipation?

This is a discussion on NEW Kel-Tec PF-9 - Is Anyone Else PUMPED with Anticipation? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I am just curious - Is anyone else out there - besides Me - just PUMPED with anticipation for the release of the New PF-9? ...

View Poll Results: Are You ANXIOUS for the New Kel-Tec PF-9 Release?

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  • ABSOLUTELY Can't Wait!!!

    8 15.38%
  • Looking forward to seeing it soon

    11 21.15%
  • Waiting for the smoke to clear before jumping on the wagon

    13 25.00%
  • Nah... Doesn't really interest me...

    20 38.46%
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Thread: NEW Kel-Tec PF-9 - Is Anyone Else PUMPED with Anticipation?

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    NEW Kel-Tec PF-9 - Is Anyone Else PUMPED with Anticipation?

    I am just curious -

    Is anyone else out there - besides Me - just PUMPED with anticipation for the release of the New PF-9?

    Are you checking the blogs weekly for a hint at new release dates?

    Are you disappointed in the delays?

    Have you put other purchases on hold for this new Flat 9mm?


    I will go first...

    I am PUMPED and I can't wait... I have been following this from the beginning, patiently waiting and trying to be understanding...

    If this one is anything like the other 4 that I own (P-32, P-3AT, P-11, SU-16C), I think it will be keeper...
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    Yes I too am looking forward to getting my hands on one of these. I like the idea of adding a 9mm to my pocket arsenal. The P-11 seems a little thick for pocket carry for me anyway. Im curious to see if the pf-9 feels compared to the p-11 and the khars. Hopefully all the bugs will be worked out when it does come out.

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    Nahh and the poll did not have a mildy curious choice . I do have to admit that if i did not allready have a passle of pocket pistols tho i would be going bats*it LOL
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    I am waiting until smoke clears but more perhaps ''mildly curious''

    If this runs well from get go for others then very possibly it will go on my list. In spec' terms it has plenty going for it - as long as price is right but - it'll have to be a performer.
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    yup....can't wait! with the success I have had with my P3at, I am seriously considering a pf-9. That being said, I still have to give it a good look, before I purchase.

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    I'm pumped, but I'm probably gonna hold out for a hard chrome/night sight version. Though I hope someone I know gets a blued one so I can shoot one before that. I've been checking KTOG pretty regularly and sent off more than one e-mail to Kel-Tec. I am disappointed with the delays. They were supposed to be in stores a couple months ago, I was hoping to have at least drooled on one a couple times by now

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    I am 99% sure I'll buy one, just don't know whether I'll be a new product tester and buy one right off or wait a bit and listen for problems and a version 2 or something.
    That sounded good. Logical.
    What I'll really do is grab the first one I see.

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    Waiting for the smoke to clear.
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    Nah doesn't really interest me

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    I'm very satisfied w/ my P3AT as a BUG, and I don't want any more bulk or weight for that application. I'm spending much more time working on my primary carry gear and techniques these days, since I'm so happy with the 1911 in that role.

    That being said, if I didn't already have a P3AT, I'd definitely be awaiting the new PF-9 with more enthusiasm.
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    I have one on pre-order. Sort of an impulse buy.

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    I am interested in the PF-9, but I will wait until the smoke clears. The first thing I will be checking the reviews for is the trigger. If it is not a great improvement over the P-11 I will have to pass.

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    personally i am mildy curious. would be nice to have a small bug. we will see how it looks, the feel, the trigger pull. basically have to wait till they work all the bugs out of

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    I was all for it then read the law and found that a security guard in Texas cannot carry concealed. So now I open carry my XD45. There is a God in Heaven.

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    I had not heard of this gun until now

    But, I will be checking it out. I liked the P-11 and think the P3AT is a very good choice for a pocket gun.

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