I've had one for 11 months. The recoil is harsh and I personally have had issues with FTF because of it. My poor shooting technique, not the guns fault. One, I haven't shot it enough, and two, my hands are starting to get arthritic (that's my story and I'm sticking to it... ). The fit and finish isn't the best, but it's very low cost. There's even a "fluff and buff" procedure shown over at thektog.org that improves the guns performance.What do you guys think of the pf-9? A reliable SD gun or not the pick of the litter? Looks like a nice concealer with power unlike my LCP:hand10::hand1:
Kel Tec are serviceable but there are much better guns and options avalible. A PF9 is certainly not the pick of the litter as you call it. But at the low price point they work for some people, not others.What do you guys think of the pf-9? A reliable SD gun or not the pick of the litter? Looks like a nice concealer with power unlike my LCP:hand10::hand1:
I found the trigger pull to be even longer and annoying than my P3AT's.The trigger on the PF9 is alot smoother and easier than the rest of the KelTecs because it was designed to be that way.