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Old 05-18-2012, 02:33 AM   #1
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Default New Kel-Tec pf9

Just picked up a nice used kel tec pf9 today, only put about 4 mags through it. It's a good shooter, but it does kick a lil more than my sr40. Just wondering if anyone else has one and any opinions on the firearm. Thanks

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Old 05-18-2012, 03:18 AM   #2
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I carry the Kel Tek PF9. I have shot about two hundred rounds through it. All is fine. I does wear out the hand.
I purchased the belt clip kit for mine, (see photo) I do not use a holster. It fits so flat against me, I can wear a t T shirt and it will not be seen.
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I carry the Kel Tek PF9. I have shot about two hundred rounds through it. All is fine. I does wear out the hand.
I purchased the belt clip kit for mine, (see photo) I do not use a holster. It fits so flat against me, I can wear a t T shirt and it will not be seen.
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That belt clip is a good idea, where could I find one of those.
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I have one, i like it, i carry it everyday these days.

Its A LOT easier to carry than the 1911 and more concealable.

and yes, it sure is a handful!

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George Zimmerman had a Kel Tek PF9 and it worked for him.

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George Zimmerman had a Kel Tek PF9 and it worked for him.
DID HE!?!? I missed that little nugget of info! Where'd you see that??

If its true, i like mine even more now!
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George Zimmerman’s Gun: A Popular Choice for Concealed Carry

http://newsfeed.time.com/2012/03/28/george-zimmermans-gun-a-popular-choice-for-concealed-carry/#ixzz1vEo3xF22

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George Zimmerman had a Kel Tek PF9 and it worked for him.
Oh great haha I bought a gun that started a race war, time to take it back.
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NICE!!!!!! Thanks!!

Makes me all warm and fuzzy inside to know that my carry piece is effective in real world use.
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Oh great haha I bought a gun that started a race war, time to take it back.
The Kel Tek PF9 is now a part of history, it will be worth thousands.
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