Yeah that was a sweet shooting little gun but it sure throws the brass into the next county. :rolfHi Daytona
I own the PF9 in hard chrome. I've taken it to the range twice and have about 175 rounds of 115 and 123 range ammo and another 15 rounds of Federal Hydro Shok defense. It just goes bang. No problems at all to date. It is very small. I pocket carry it with a spare mag in my other pocket. I can't tell I'm carrying it. The sites are on the small side but doable. It is more accurate than I am but does best as a point and shoot gun. It is much more accurate than my PT145. The DAO trigger is nice but not as nice as the $700 Kahr's. I love this little gun and carry it very comfortably. It doesn't show at all in an iwb holster. The recoil is better than the P3AT, less snappy. There is a little less push than my XD 45 but a little more snap. To me, it is an easy range gun you could put a lot of rounds thru per day.
For the money, I'm delighted. I also like that it's a 9 in lieu of a .380. I wish it carried more rounds but life's a compromise.
I hope this is helpful.
Love it. BUT I had to send it back to the factory because of mag ejecting issues and jamming approx once every clip. The good news: I got it back just shy of two weeks and it has been flawless since. It's always with me. Pocket carry, smart carry, IWB, and OWB. I trust if I do my part, it will do its part.how do you like it etc. ?
You are welcome daytona!Franklin - thats for the review - sounds like it will make a great back up. Off to the gun shop to check it out further. Thanks again. :thumsup
Morning to you!Great info Franklin, thanks! I too have been looking around for a BUG and was debating between a PF9 or a P11. I'm now most likely going with a PF9 for size.
My first post, just found this forums yesterday.Great info Franklin, thanks! I too have been looking around for a BUG and was debating between a PF9 or a P11. I'm now most likely going with a PF9 for size.
Or you could wait ... for the Boberg XR9:
["Basically, the XR9 is a pocket pistol with a full length barrel, having the magazine located directly under the chamber. The patent-pending feed mechanism grabs a cartridge from the magazine and delivers it straight into the chamber. This allows the chamber clearance to be significantly less, causing less energy and noise to blast out the back. With this combination, kinetic energy is maximized, and in many cases will exceed the energy produced in full-sized pistols."]