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Old 05-13-2011, 08:07 PM   #1
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Default KelTec PF9 anomaly

I own a KelTec PF9. While doing some dry-fire practice today I've noticed something strange. Whenever the trigger breaks the muzzle end pulls to whichever hand is the strong hand. It happens every time. It makes no difference if I use one hand or two, left or right. I do not have the problem with my Glock.

Anyone own a PF9 and notice the same thing? Or is this possibly just something I'm doing wrong?

As a side note, I have noticed that I'm much less accurate with the PF9 than the Glock. I had originally written this off as a result of the snappier recoil, but now I'm not so sure.

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Old 05-15-2011, 10:04 AM   #2
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Check the finger position on the trigger. The smaller frame tends to not let the finger come straight back as easily as the larger framed handguns.
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Originally Posted by danf_fl View Post
Check the finger position on the trigger. The smaller frame tends to not let the finger come straight back as easily as the larger framed handguns.

What he said ^^^^^
Same goes for your grip as you pull back on the trigger. I had the same type of issue with a far different pistol (S&W 642). Dry fire practice helps.
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