My 2 cents
I own two Kel-Tecs...the P32 ( 32acp ) and the P3AT ( 380acp)...and find them to be well made ( CNC machined ), lightweight, and extremely reliable firearms. I usually carry one or the other as backup to my main CCW weapon...a Para Ordnance P12-45 ( 45acp ). A friend just bought and is carrying a Kel-Tec P11 ( 9mm ) as his main CCW piece...and he is pleased with it. The PF9 is a single stack 9mm that I would imagine, given Kel-Tec's
past performance record...will also be a good choice as a CCW.
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