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Old 02-21-2010, 02:03 PM   #11
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Great thread. I've been checking out the PF-9 as well as a very concealable CCW. Something small enough to always pick up and wear. I like that you can get the belt clip from Kel-Tec that attaches right to the frame of the pistol.
I've also heard great things about the Khar PM9 but they are atleast twice as expensive.

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Great thread. I've been checking out the PF-9 as well as a very concealable CCW. Something small enough to always pick up and wear. I like that you can get the belt clip from Kel-Tec that attaches right to the frame of the pistol.
I've also heard great things about the Khar PM9 but they are atleast twice as expensive.
Yes, but the Kahr can have a manual safety on it. The PF9 has bupkus. I guess it's DAO, but still. Have you looked at a Ruger LCR?
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this is tough i am still trying to make the decesion between the kel tec or the lcr, as of right now still carryin the 1911, but summer is fast approaching!

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Yes, but the Kahr can have a manual safety on it. The PF9 has bupkus. I guess it's DAO, but still. Have you looked at a Ruger LCR?

Does the lcr have a manual safety?
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In another forum, the PF9 was compared to the Taurus Slim 709 and the Slim won for being more controllable and having a smoother trigger. You might consider one of those. My small carry is the PT745 which is heavier and wider than the 9s listed here, but I like the .45 round.

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