Kel-Tec PF9

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    Kel-Tec PF9

    Any owners with feedback on this latest model? I did not find any on a search.

    J.S.
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    There are several (at least three) posts here on the PF-9 that you can check if you go back about a week or two in your search.
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    Thanks I found your post and some others.
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    I dont own one , and in fact have not even handled one , but the inital reports are good enough that i would look for one if i did not allready own a kahr pm9 . I believe i will just carry on with my little Kahr since i allready have it tho lol .
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    I carry mine every day and like it a lot!!

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    go to the ktog.org site. they have lots of info over there.
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    +1 on Ktog.org
    I handled one at the range and man that thing is slim and light! I may look for one some day myself. :)
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