I bought a Pf-9 with purpose of replacing my keltec p-32 as my pocket carry piece. Nothing is wrong with the .32, but i would greatly prefer a larger caliber and there isn't really that much size difference between the two.
Anyway, I went to the range to start breaking in the PF-9 and was kinda disappointed. I fired a 100 rounds of the Winchester white box stuff through it and i had failures every few rounds. They were mainly failures to feed, where the round is sort of sticking upwards and the slide closes on it. And there was also a problem with double feeding where one round would go in the chamber and then instantly the next round pop up a little and keep the slide locked back.
I doubt these problems can be blamed on the magazine, because i was using two of them and they both had about equal number of problems. I'm really hoping that these problems sort themselves out as I continue to break the gun in.
The trigger pull was almost identical to the P-32, which mean it was really really long, like a revolver. The accuracy of it was surprising. It seemed more accurate than the person behind, but keep in mind that's not saying a lot. The other thing that i noticed is that this isn't range gun, meaning it was uncomfortable to shoot. I would imagine it's amazingly light weight would have a lot to do with that.