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    Plain Old Gun Pr@n.....

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    .....to take your mind off "other" events today.

    My two loves! (after the wife ) Downhill racing and Firearms.







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    How do you like that Kel-Tec? Is that the PM9?

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    Beautiful, need to organize the 9mm and 223 ammo though.
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    Nice Photos. Really liked the way you beamed that light onto the KT.


    "Beautiful, need to organize the 9mm and 223 ammo though."

    Yeah....it's real easy to get them mixed up.

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    I thought Kahr made the PM9. Isn't that a PF-9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsonabq View Post
    I thought Kahr made the PM9. Isn't that a PF-9?
    Perhaps yes, it is indeed a PF-9. Sorry, I don't own a Kel-Tec but have been looking at this one because of the attractive price. How does it shoot? Is it reliable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siafu View Post
    How do you like that Kel-Tec? Is that the PM9?
    It is the PF-9, and yes; it is a great little gun. Everything it is supposed to be, and nothing that it's not.

    Small, light, simple, and reliable.
    Not a match grade shooter, but it is accurate.

    I hear they are hard to find right now. (lotsa orders for 'em)



    (BTW.... all the ammo is already back in it's respective home, properly separated.)
    I thoroughly disapprove of duels.
    If a man should challenge me, I would take him kindly and forgivingly by the hand
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    PF-9

    I also have a PF-9 and I love it. It is so easy to CC and has never missfired on me ever.

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