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I was kind of thinking about getting a kel tec 9mm, but I have a Ruger P89 that I have had for about 20 yrs and a Blackhawk 357/9mm conversion revolver and a 22 mag single six, so I am partial to Ruger. I call the P89 a hammer. I can shoot anything though it w/out a hiccup. This LC9 is another fine tool!. They tell you not to shoot +p ammo thru it, and I haven't tried. I have shot boxes of winchester white box, remmington 147grn JHP, 115gr jhp, winchester 147gr jhp,Winchester 124 nato, blazer, PMC, and Federal, so far no jambs period. My son got a kel-tec P11, and it is very close to that in size, the kel tec is much more particular in what it will eat, and the recoil is, well, different. I like the kel tec, but I wouldn't trade for anything. Very happy with the gun, the lasermax is hard to see in bright sunlight, but later in the day or inside it is nice. The bullet goes where you tell it to, what more can you ask for. As for the guys that give this gun a bad review... my guess is they are limp wristing it and should go by a revolver. I will stand behind this one any day.