So, I bought a used Kel-Tec PF9 off my brother and after putting several magazines through it I have decided I hate the recoil of it. HATE it. I was using cheap, non +p ammo as well. Other than that the gun is well designed and very well off for what it was intended for.
Now, am I just being a silly about this? I shoot my CZ 75B in 40 all day long and the recoil I hardly notice from the guns weight. If I move over to a small frame .38 is the recoil going to be just as bad? Lets say in the LCR for example. I just found the recoil in the PF9 to be horrible making follow up shots wild.
And another down side to the kel-tec, it's not rated for +p ammo and with that in consideration I really don't want to be disabled by my own gun via a slide to the face.