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Old 10-06-2012, 12:45 AM   #1
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New purchase this week couldn't pass up for 200 bucks. Little things I want to change but not a bad carry gun. Your thoughts comments concerns are welcome.

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Old 10-06-2012, 02:47 AM   #2
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Any good reviews I love the thing
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I have one and carry it daily I love it recoil isn't bad if you get hogue jr grips just don't limp wrist
And you should be fine
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I had a Kel Tec P3AT and I liked it. However, even Kel Tec says they have a limited lifespan. I've heard of people having catastrophic failures at 4,000 rounds. That is not a gun I would trust to carry. But that's just me.
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My pf9 has had about 3000 rounds maybe 15 +p at most and never any over 135 gr it's still on great condition, avoids +p rounds and heavy bullets and take care of it itl last you a good while
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New purchase this week couldn't pass up for 200 bucks. Little things I want to change but not a bad carry gun. Your thoughts comments concerns are welcome.
Put the belt clip on it. I have one with the belt clip it carries perfect, no more holster.
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I had a Kel Tec P3AT and I liked it. However, even Kel Tec says they have a limited lifespan. I've heard of people having catastrophic failures at 4,000 rounds. That is not a gun I would trust to carry. But that's just me.
I called kel tec and they say there New line of guns have much better quality control so they admit to problems in the past.
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I called kel tec and they say there New line of guns have much better quality control so they admit to problems in the past.
That's good to hear. I like Kel Tec and I want to see the quality come up. Competition is always great.
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