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  • Re: Way OT - Keltec Pistols

    Hokie, Kel-Tec is a fine gun.  If it feels good to you go for it.  I have several carry guns.  Ruger LC9 is hard to beat overall.  I have an LCP 380.  I like it.  The problem here (east of Atlanta) is 380 ammo is very hard to find.  9mm is plentiful. My first choice is Springfield 40 compact, but it's heavy.
    Kinda off the subject.  Take a look at the Kel-Tec KSG 12ga.  SWEEET!
    I'm in the Charlotte area and outside of trap load shotgun shells all ammo is wiped out.  I'd like to buy something soon but I'm waiting unless I plan on throwing the pistol at a would be mugger because there just isn't any ammo.

  • Re: Way OT - Keltec Pistols

    The LCP gets a lot of nods because it is a well made pistol. I'm leaning towards one myself, Keltec is interesting as well as the Bersa Thunderbolt but I've had Ruger pistols since I was a kid. I think I'll go with a more established manufacturer. I've got a Gock 22, Glock 27 & S&W M&P but want something smaller to carry in the front pocket of my shorts this summer.
  • Re: Way OT - Keltec Pistols

    Kosko said:
    I carry a baby glock 357 sig . Fits nice in my waist band. @Hokie Smoker have you looked at diamond back pistols?

    I haven't looked at diamond back but will check them out.
  • Way OT - Keltec Pistols

    Like I said way off topic but I know there are quite a few firearms folks here.  I have quite a bit of experience with Glock, Smith & Wesson, and Ruger but none with Keltec but I saw a PF9 today and I think it would be a great size for concealed carry.  Does anyone here have experience with Keltec?  Good or bad I'd like your input, there are plenty of internet reviews but I trust you folks with what I eat so why not with what I shoot?