Everything above about sums up my findings.
Not enjoyable to shoot in long shooting sessions as it is a "snappy" gun. The "break in period" is used for the gun to break YOU in.
I find it is accurate enough at 10 yds, not gonna drive tacks at the distance, but you would/could make a mess of an average sized humans chest/head.
I shoot 115 gr ammo, its ate all brands i have fed it without a hitch, ball and HP.
It is prone to fail if limp wristed. We bought this rig for the wife to carry. (we cant rent/pre shoot a gun around here) She decided she didnt like the "snap" + she prone to limp wrist it. Needless to say, we are still hunting a carry gun for her. But I have found that i carry it most of the time now...much easier to conceal in the summer than the 1911.
My first time up w/ the pf-9.. I have gotten quite a bit better with it since this filming. It has broken me in rather well with continued shooting.
Wife shooting the PF-9 for the first time. remember, it wasnt all that long ago she was a non-gunner...
Shes no Hickok45...but who is?
Speaking of Hickok45....