GUN New toy...

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  1. Fox800

    Fox800 Fear Boner OT Supporter

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    Picked up a new Kel-Tec PF-9 for $250...local shop was having a 1-day sale. A lot thinner and lighter than the Glock 26...gonna be a tough choice as to which to carry :noes:

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  2. RonJeremey

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    Cool... it's not small enough to be a pocket pistol though... I'd rather get he .380 and keep my G26 as my main carry piece :wavey:
     
  3. Fox800

    Fox800 Fear Boner OT Supporter

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    I'm on the skinny side and even with a G26 I feel like I'm printing half the time...the PF-9 disappears with a SmartCarry.
     
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    lt1aggie what?

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    Excuse my ignorance, but are Kel-tec's pretty decent guns?
     
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    NGA WHAT? New Member

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    I gotta P3AT that has been very good for the year that I have owned it. It disappears in the nemesis pocket holster! Congrats on the new piece!
     
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    Lightsped Glockaholic

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    My best friend has a Kel-Tec PF9 exactly like the one shown above. He carries it everywhere. When I say carry it, I mean OPEN carry in plain sight. He gets alot of attention, more than I would want for myself.... Yes, he has a gun license.

    But yeah, I have never shot his PF9 myself, but it seems to like it.
     
  7. idleprocess

    idleprocess Bring a dollar with you baby in the cold cold grou

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    I hear they they're fairly reliable, but not usually much fun to shoot because of their small size and trigger pull.
     
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    I have a KT. They are not very accurate, and even the smaller calibers are a pain to shoot. And their trigger pull is god awful. I had initial FTF issues, but if you go on the forums it's a fairly simple fluff and buff that'll iron it out. I haven't shot any more than 200 rounds in the 6 years I've owned it and was another "novelty" gun that lasted a couple months and has been forgotten at the back of the safe.
     
  9. Fox800

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    Supposedly it's the "slimmest 9mm"...it is damn thin and is quite comfy to carry. Somehow with a SmartCarry, Glock 26, and a belt, I feel like I'm still printing. The PF-9 doesnt show at all. I'm off to the range to fire both of em :)
     
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    Well I'm back...wasn't too impressed with the PF-9. Accuracy was non-existant and I have a wound on my hand from the slide. I shot 1000x better with the Glock 26.
     
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  12. Fox800

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    :o fack.
     

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