help! Keltec PF-9 or Taurus Millennium pro

Discussion in 'Handguns' started by byrom1212, Dec 19, 2008.

  1. byrom1212

    byrom1212 Member

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    I'm wanting a small frame carry gun for when I dont feel like carrying my XD40. there is about $80 difference in price between the two guns the keltec being the cheaper. I'm just not sure which way to go.
     


  2. CJS3

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    I use to have a PT111MillPro and liked it alot. Comfy to carry all day, and no bad experiences. Can't say about the PF-9, I'm not familiar with it, but between the two, I prefer the double stack magazine of the Taurus.:texas:
     
  3. philbo

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    Owned both. The Taurus is thicker and heavier, making IWB carry necessary. It's slimmer than the XD, but not by much. The Keltec's size and weight allow easy carry in a cargo pocket, maybe slacks depending on your build. If your primary purpose is for a back up to an XD40 (which I've also owned) I'd go with the PF9. If you want a primary carry to replace your XD, the Taurus might be small enough to justify. Recoil and control was about equal in my opinion with a slight, very slight nod to the Taurus.
     
  4. tex45acp

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    I've had both and as much as I love my Mil Pro's, I have 3 of them, the PF-9 is my favorite pocket pistol and my go everywhere gun. I deop it into the right front pocket of my dress slacks for office carry and it completely disappears. I had a problem right out of the box with the PF-9 not shooting to point of aim....or even close for that matter. Gunshop sent it back to Kel-Tec with one of my targets and I got it back in 2 weeks shooting like a match grade gun and dead to center of point of aim. I also have the Kel-Tec P-11, and other thatn the looooonnnnggg trigger pull I really loke that gun as well. It is actually my bedside gun since the PF-9 joined the family.

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