+1 extension for owners of the Keltec PF9 >>>>>>>

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    +1 extension for owners of the Keltec PF9 >>>>>>>

    New +1 extension. I have to get me one of these !!! God Bless


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    That is nice. I've been debating on getting the PF9 for some time now. That would be a dandy upgrade.
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    wow. Ask and you shall receive. I'll have to get a couple.

    Thanks for the heads up!!
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    That'll beat the current mag finger extension, allrighty! I think I'll be getting one (plus four) for X-mas.


    Thanks for the heads-up, VBVAGUY!
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    Awesome!!! Thanks for the heads up, love the pf9

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    i might get one after everbody test them.
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    That looks pretty snazzy. Might just pick one, or two up.

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    I wonder if this would cause significant shortening of the springs life or reliability...?

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    Thanks for the post! I need a couple of those...

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankmako View Post
    i might get one after everbody test them.
    same here. My hands fit well with the grip but il see when these come out
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    My five +1 grip extensions (PF-9-805) hit my door yesterday & I swapped out the old grip extensions last night. I like, I like!!

    After replacing the old with the new & improved, I ran my snapcaps through them by cycling the slide repeated to make sure the mags still fed properly. I ran through some holster draw drills & the extra grip definitely helps with handling.

    Next up, a run to the range to see how much the extra grip helps my groupings. More later...
    Last edited by ArkhmAsylm; November 4th, 2011 at 04:10 PM.
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    Looks cheesy. Wonder how it will hold up if a full mag is dropped and it lands on it or if it takes a good hit

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    Quote Originally Posted by azchevy View Post
    Looks cheesy. Wonder how it will hold up if a full mag is dropped and it lands on it or if it takes a good hit
    They appear to be made of the same material as the standard & finger extension base plates & actually appear quite solid. I'll let you know how it holds up after I've dropped them a few times.
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    Tried my +1 extension today on my Keltec PF9 and loaded it with 8 rounds using a box of 50 WWB and it performed great with no problems. God Bless

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    I got to the range yesterday with my new PF-9 +1 mag extensions &, boy, what a difference! I can comfortably hold the grip with all three fingers now, so no more adapting my pinky to support the lip of the original extended mag plate.

    Now I just have to relearn how to shoot the dang thing again! I can still keep all of my shots within a standard 10" bullseye at 7 yards, but that takes me back to when I first started shooting the gun. I also had to go out & get myself a new double mag holder (or two.)

    First 150 rounds down, many more to go. I give the much improved mag extensions 5 out of 5 stars.


    ** On the mag holder front: Thumbs-down on the nylon UTG Dual Pistol Mag Pouch - oversized, & the option of velcro horizontal or Alice Clip vertical mount doesn't work very smoothly or comfortably. Thumbs-up on the Tagua Gunleather MC6-030 dual mag holder, designed for the Colt 45 mags - IMO, a perfect fit (taking the mags snugly to maximum allowable depth) & very easy to get on/off, very comfortable, & low profile.
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