Ruger LC9 and Keltec PF9 Comparison

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    Good post and thank you.

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    We're (the Store) seeing little problems with the Ruger LC9. Biggest problem is a series of light primer strikes at various times, maybe every 5th round, but with that in mind, it makes you not want to trust it for a CCW.
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    Owned Kel Tec PF9 and shot LC9 and I don't like ether.

    KT P3AT is my BUG and serves well, for a single stack 45acp I carry Glock 36.

    Small single stack 9mm are just middle of the road for me, not big enough to shoot comfortable and to big to fit in pocket well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLASS3NH View Post
    We're (the Store) seeing little problems with the Ruger LC9. Biggest problem is a series of light primer strikes at various times, maybe every 5th round, but with that in mind, it makes you not want to trust it for a CCW.
    Ruger has always been good about making things right. Guessing if there are problems, unlike some, they will be a little more upfront, do a recall, then offer a free mag or something for the trouble.

    For a cc firearm, I always like to wait a year, and ask a range that rents how the rental has held up.
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    Just bought a Kel-Tec PF-9 this past week end. Looked at both the LC9 and the Kel-Tec. My deciding factor was the trigger pull. The LC9 had to be pulled all the way back and the Kel-Tec clicked just past half way. Also it was lighter and about a hundred dollars cheaper. Not saying that the LC9 is a bad choice. I just had to pick one or the other.

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    Good point. I did forget to mention, as you have, that Ruger WILL make it right. Ruger has always stood 110% behind their products.
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