Agreed.They tried a .40 version of the P11, but it was unreliable, IIRC. Too much recoil in too light of a pistol. Model was discontinued.
Be careful what you wish for! :blink: A small pistol in .45 would have limited ammo capacity. It'd likely be a handful to shoot, and follow-up shots would be difficult. 9mm is fine, especially in that platform.
A poly pocket pistol in .45? I do not think so, I do not want to lose my right hand (I am righty) :nono:What do you say? Wouldn't that be an awesome pocket pistol? Maybe someone who works for Keltec or has some pull could get them to make one. I'd be willing to buy a keltec in a .45 as that is my round of choice.