The Kel-Tec PF-9 9mm semi-automatic pocket pistol is a compact, slim, affordable gun. Some folks love them, and other folks... not so much. It would be great if you would tell us about your experience with the PF-9. Do you love it or hate it? Please let us know! Please do not ask a question or expect a reply! I cannot reply to you here. Please post in the forum if you have a question. Thanks!
- It is my concealed carry pistol with a lockable holster. I also carry it in the woods during bow season. When not on me it is on my master bedroom end table. When concealed pocket
Carry is my option I carry a Kel Tec in 380.
carry his my option I use a Kel Tec 380
- —Guest GLENN
Great Concealed Weapon
- The PF-9 is as good as it gets in my opinion especially for the price. It's pretty accurate, dependable (no problems so far), a good investment for backup gun if you're an officer.
- —Guest David Jenkins
- That nine is the show stopper, the lightest most durable pistol ever made. If Clint Eastwood was still slingin' bullets he would be slingin' them with this. You need firepower - grip, aim, and accuacy depend on the shooter. Learn and know your handgun. For proper progress, practice as if you were just learning math. For accurate results, recoil should always be held with caution - just like a 38 snub. Mr. Nena
- —Guest Mr nena
Like My PF9
- I bought my PF9 at a gun show about 9 months ago along with a Crimson Trace laser sight mounted on the front of the trigger guard under the Picatinny rail. I was a little surprised about the long trigger pull, but after putting a few magazines through it, I have gotten used to it. It fits in my back blue jean pocket perfectly. Fits most other pockets pretty well too. No recoil issues with it. I use the pinky-extension magazine floor plate - gives a little more control. I like this gun.