What else compares to the kel tec p11?

What else compares to the kel tec p11?

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    What else compares to the kel tec p11?

    As far as size, caliber, double stack capacity, and price go...what other pistols are comparable to the P11? Thanks!


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    Cool

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    This dosen't compare, in my opinion it exceeds: Glock 26

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    Not sure about cost, but size and capacity is about the same on the Taurus model 111.
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    guns made by this company are a direct copy of the P11.....started by ex employees of Keltec. Early models were crap, but they have worked the problems out. Prices are close to the Keltecs, but appear to have a better finish. You won't find them at every gun store, but they are out there.

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    Not much in the price range. For slightly more ($50-$100) you could get a nice used 3rd gen Smith that will lastr longer and give you less problems probably overall than the kel Tec....Look for a Smith 6946
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    Another vote for the Taurus PT-111. I have the Taurus, and the Kel-Tec.

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    I just got rid of my KelTec P 11 and bough a Glock 26 as a replacement.
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    I went ahead and uploaded some pics of my P-11 and my PT-111 (Non-Millenium model, which I prefer).....pretty similar as you can see. The nice thing about the PT-111 is that it has a much better trigger, and the belt clip from the Kel Tec also fits the PT-111. I think that used PT-111's can be found on Gunbroker for about $150. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=243054492






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    Thanks for the pics. I had never heard of the pt111, besides the millenium pro model. It looks like almost the same gun as the kel tec. Is one more reliable than the other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal View Post
    I went ahead and uploaded some pics of my P-11 and my PT-111 (Non-Millenium model, which I prefer).....pretty similar as you can see. The nice thing about the PT-111 is that it has a much better trigger, and the belt clip from the Kel Tec also fits the PT-111. I think that used PT-111's can be found on Gunbroker for about $150. Taurus Millennium PT 111 9mm, VG Cond. : Semi-auto at GunBroker.com





    Taurus used the P11 as a model for their PT111 when they were introduced back in 2000. Identical dimensions, and the mags are also identical except for the cut out on the mag. I had a first gen PT111 that I sent back to Taurus for repairs, and it was 100% upon return. I gave it to my ex wife a year ago. Good little gun.
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    one answer...g26 or nothing

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