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Old December 3, 2010, 07:08 PM   #1
psyshack
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PF-9 Owners and Fans

I put up a series of 8 short videos on the PF-9. It covers breaking the pistol down. The mag follower issue, mag release issue with some other insight concerning the PF-9 and other basic work I've done on my pistol.

If you think it might help you or someone else have a look at this link. http://www.youtube.com/user/psyshack1?feature=mhsn#p/u

You will also find some Sigma video in the same vein. Also there is the introduction to "My Bench" which the PF-9 and others will be part of. It should be a intresting series of videos. Wish I had a better cam.

Enjoy
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Old December 13, 2010, 10:35 PM   #2
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I have a PF9 in my hand.
I used to have a laser on it. I don't see it now.
I see I have a rubber grip on it.

I have the P11, P32, P357S, P40, P3AT, and PF9.
I got a Patriot 45, little plastic gun designed by Nehemia Sirkis, not really a Kel-Tek, but the KTOG guys were into it like it was.

I usually carry the P3AT in my shirt pocket with a clip.

This PF9 is for more heavy threat situations.
It is slim enough and small enough for the inside jacket pocket, but a little heavy.
This one weighs 18 ounces loaded with 8 rounds of 100 gr +P+.

But the PF9 pushes the 100 gr +P+ factory at 1275 and 124 gr handloads at 1336.

The 11 ounce loaded with 7 rounds P3AT will only push 90 gr Gold Dot handloads at 1100 fps.
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