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    Kel-Tec P-11 9mm Pistol Review -- Small Pistol, BIG Value - YouTube

    This is a link to my video review of Kel-Tec P-11 9mm pistol. Its not a total comprehensive review, just tried to hit some of the main points based on my experiences with this gun and comparing it to the popular PF-9. I appreciate and CONSTRUCTIVE comments. Thanks for watching!!!
     

    IXLR8

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    I did watch the whole video. Overall it was very informative. The only comment I would make is that it is not a good truck gun, in Texas anyway. I had to send mine back to have the lower replaced because it cracked. I believe that it was embrittled by the heat in the automobile. The second comment I have is that the trigger does rub my finger raw. It is fine for a mag or two, but more than that it becomes uncomfortable. An accessory you did not mention is the optional clip that allows you to clip it to the top of your pocket, which allows its use without a holster. It is a very good pistol for the price. I have not experienced any FTE's, and it seems to work well with any ammo. I look forward to seeing more of your reviews in the future.
     

    mortdooley

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    Spare magazines that extend out the bottom are the same ones for the S&W 59 series, mine even functions with the 4006 auto. I can put 16 or 17 rounds of 9mm in the 40 cal mag.
     

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    I did watch the whole video. Overall it was very informative. The only comment I would make is that it is not a good truck gun, in Texas anyway. I had to send mine back to have the lower replaced because it cracked. I believe that it was embrittled by the heat in the automobile. The second comment I have is that the trigger does rub my finger raw. It is fine for a mag or two, but more than that it becomes uncomfortable. An accessory you did not mention is the optional clip that allows you to clip it to the top of your pocket, which allows its use without a holster. It is a very good pistol for the price. I have not experienced any FTE's, and it seems to work well with any ammo. I look forward to seeing more of your reviews in the future.

    Thank you for watching! And your comments are wonderful, thank you for taking the time to reply. I agree that the "truck gun" comment I made perhaps needs further testing, I have never had an issue but I live in a colder climate. I had intended to talk about the belt clip, actually was going to do a whole section about holsters and carry methods, but I felt the video was getting too long as it was and getting into that would carry me off topic...maybe will do another video specifically on that in the future who knows? Anyway your comments were very helpful, thank you for your time!
     

    40Arpent

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    Watched the first half of the video. To showcase safe gun handling, you might consider opening future videos by showing that the weapon is clear/unloaded (and use empty mags), and the 9lb trigger pull notwithstanding, keep your finger out of the trigger guard.
     
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