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Old 02-09-2012, 03:01 AM   #1
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Default Jennings to Mel tec of 9

My brother in law had a Jennings 9mm he sold it and bought a Kel tec pf 9... I think with the change in his ccw was a great improvement. This may have been talked about on here b4 if so I'm sorry. Was just wondering if you guys would share your expert advice on his decision on the kel tec pf 9.... Thanks in advance !!!!
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Old 02-09-2012, 04:40 AM   #2
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My wife has a PF9 as her ccw and really enjoys it.

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I had a Jennings nine years ago. I have never shot a Kel Tec. But it has to be an improvement. Heck, anything but a sharp stick is an improvement!
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Old 02-09-2012, 06:49 AM   #4
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I summer carry a pf9. Nice little gun. Only
Drawback is the trigger pull. Although not as
Bad as a p11. Those are terrible!! The long
Firm trigger can make your shot inaccurate
Without lots of practice. But if you ever had
To use your ccw you probably won't be
Very far away anyway.
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My first ccw was a pf9 after multiple FTFs and three trips to the manufacturer I gave up on it. I traded it in as a down payment on a Rock island officers model 1911. Ive been happy ever since. I wish you better luck with yours.

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