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Kel-Tec P-11-PK P-11 10+1 9mm 3.1" Parkerized

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Model: P11PK
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 15200
UPC: 640832000078

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Semi-automatic locked breech pistol is double action only. Steel slide, aluminum alloy frame and polymer grip. With high visibility sights.
Finish Cerakote Flat Dark Earth
Type Pistol
Action Double Action Only
Caliber 17 HMR / 17 Mach 2
Barrel Length 1 5/8"
Capacity 11 + 1
Safety Striker, Trigger, Decocker
Grips Anatomically Designed Grips
Sights Post
Weight 14.4 oz
Finish Orange
Action Single Action Only
Caliber 40 S&W/22 Cal
Barrel Length 5.2"
Capacity 7RD and 8RD
Safety Trigger/Firing Pin/Drop
Grips Composite, Black
Sights 3-Dot Tritium
Weight 14.4 oz
Finish Black
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Double Action Only
Caliber 9mm
Barrel Length 3.1"
Capacity 10 + 1
Safety No Manual Safety
Grips Black
Sights Fixed
Weight 14.4 oz

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16 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.1 of 5 Stars! [4.1 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: on 01/22/2015
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
As always Buds does excellent. Got this pistol and immediately cleaned it good. Took it to the range and put 70 rounds down range. No problems. I wanted a small frame pistol for CCW. It is a great size except I did have to put on a magizine extension so I could get my pinky on the grip.Very satisfied.Thanks Buds.

Reviewed By: on 11/12/2014
Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
24 rounds and then the mag release broke hope they fix it. maybe a lemon and be great when I get it back.....

Reviewed By: on 05/15/2012
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Nice shooting little gun. Very heavy DAO trigger pull could wear you out on your first trip to the range, though. I purchased the extra sight kit just in case, but point-of-aim/point-of-impact were right on with mine. Parkerized finish on slide has held up well to daily concealed carry. I was expecting good fit and so-so finish. Fit was excellent and finish was about what I expected, some mold lines not removed, sight paint flaked a little, etc. Overall, this was money well-spent. 10+1 rounds of 9mm in a very small package.

Reviewed By: on 12/19/2011
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
For the price this is one of the best guns. It is very compact and reliably with any type of ammo I have shot through it. The things I dont like about the gun are the long heavy trigger pull with a very thin trigger and the sight are not adjustable. The cheap plastic rear sight on mine started moving after approx 200 rounds (Kel-Tec) sent me 3 new rear sight for free no questions asked.

Reviewed By: on 09/20/2011
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Like the Pistol, hate the trigger. having put many 100s of rounds, and every mod on the keltec boards idea list to improve the trigger. i now know, it is what it is. not a target gun. but very good for up close work.

Reviewed By: on 03/17/2011
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
The reviews for this gun in any form are interesting...
Kel Tecs are notorious for failures when the gun is limp-wristed. Grip it hard enough that you feel it pushing into your palm between your thumb and forefinger and you will not experience this problem.
I love this gun; it shoots accurately with factory, jacketed reloads, and my cast rounds (the gun is much more accurate than I; most shooters don't realize that almost every gun is incredibly accurate, and that they, themselves, are lacking in ability).
The trigger pull is heavy and long, this should be expected from guns lacking a safety; it is a great feature in my opinion (you can lighten it with a trigger shoe). It would be amazingly difficult to discharge the gun even if somehow the trigger were caught on something.
The recoil is snappy and seems harsh at first. The size (I cant fit my pinky on the grip) and weight with a high pressure cartridge explains this problem. You will get used to it with practice.
I have put a little over 1200 rounds through mine now and only experienced failures to eject in the first 200. It occurred with the factory magazine before it had been 'broken in'. It happened again with another factory magazine I ordered before it was 'broken in' too. I suspect the overzealous magazine springs need to be held down for a while before they function perfectly.
The 1000 rounds following those failures and an improvement on my grip have yielded 0 failures.
I carry this gun everyday, I trust my life with it.
Visit the forum and read up or ask questions; you'll quickly find out if this is the gun for you!
And if you hate your new p-11, just post it up for sale on the forum or gunbroker, it will quickly find a new owner without much if any loss in value. I think this is a testament to it's viability, utility, and proliferation.

Reviewed By: on 02/28/2011
Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
As usual Bud’s service was excellent!
The Kel-Tec PT-9 and P-11 are by far the worst widely distributed pistol I’ve seen and should not be allowed to be sold with their present design and quality control system. The only thing that is worse than the pistol as a whole is the trigger system; with all trigger markers far out of any ergonomic norms. I purchased a PT-9 for my son and the P-11 for me. The 2 pistols I received would not fire a complete magazine. They where more like 50 percent fire to jam ratio, the PT-9mm never fired more then 2 in a row. It took a new firing pin, a 2 hour tune on each gun with some creative machine work to bring these guns up to a mediocre level. I would not trust this weapon anywhere other than a range. These are gun safe fodder and not worth a dime. I’ll be picking up a couple of the new Ruger LC9 real soon!
(Never trust your life on an unreliable or unproven weapon)

Reviewed By: on 12/20/2010
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
Even after paying for expedited shipping, It still took 2 full weeks for my P11 to arrive. Taking a long time to ship is pretty much standard with Bud's, as I have experienced this before. I guess this is just the trade off for getting a reasonably priced product.

About the gun: I too received the black instead of the green gun. I was actually looking forward to the green, but I am fine with the black too. The item arrived in good order and in brand-new condition. First thing I did was to clean it, as it still had the packing lubrication in it. Once I had the bore and components nice and clean, and properly lubricated, I headed out to the range. Oh, and as another person posted, take care when reassembling it. The advice from that other post is solid and right on the money. Shooting the gun was a different experience. This pistol has an enormously long and heavy trigger pull. I would say much more than your average double action revolver. After only a few rounds I had to put it down. My shooting hand was already fatigued. By comparison, I can shoot all day with my 1911, and never get tired. But with only one box of ammo through the P11, I had to call it quits. The next day I took it out, and managed to get another 150 rounds through it before giving up. Had a few double stacks, and a couple of failures to eject. Cleaned it up, and continued. After my hand started shaking just to pull the trigger, I gave up again. When I took it as a secondary gun to my firearms training class, my instructor told me "You should get rid of the P.O.S.!"

I will give the little gun the benefit of the doubt, and work it out with dummy rounds, and see if that loosens it up a bit. I understand that the heavy pull is really the only safety this gun has, but this is a bit ridiculous. I would NOT recommend this little gun to a person with weak or small hands, even though this is a relatively small gun.

If I can't find a way to loosen it up a little, then I just may take my firearms instructor's advice.........

Reviewed By: on 12/09/2010
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
I recently purchased a Kel Tec P-11 9mm. For the money first impression was very good. The accuracy is very impressive. The trigger travel is a little too much for me. My major complaint is that when I went out to shoot my first box of ammo (Winchester FMJ) it jammed at least four times. Not my idea of dependable. I tried short stacking the magazine a few time but it still jammed. Not sure what to do next :- (

Reviewed By: on 12/03/2010
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I ordered my Parkerized 9mm P11 from Bud"s two weeks ago. Delivery was fairly quick, although due to the way they shipped it, there was no tracking number or notice that it had shipped. I had to e-mail Bud's and ask. I then had to call my gun shop to find out when it arrived. I took it to the range today and shot a box of Sellier & Bellot 9mm Luger 115gr. FMJ and 5 rounds of Winchester 9mm NATO 124gr. FMJ to get an idea of how the pistol handled the differences in perceived recoil. As far a I could tell, the recoil was about the same. Kel-Tec does not recommend shooting large quantities of +P ammunition out of their guns (wear and tear issues) but shooting it is not dangerous. Recoil for both loads is sharp, but not painful. I did have one FTF with the S&B ammo but all I had to to to fix the problem was to pull the slide to the rear and let it go. The one "ergonomic" complaint that I had was the front of magazine base plate cutting into the base of my right little finger next to my ring finger. I have small hands, but the grip is a bit too short. Of course the space between my fingers quickly became sticky with blood. I would recommend getting the magazine grip extender which can be purchased on the Kel-Tec website. I'm going to order one soon.

When I first got the pistol, I took it home to clean it and apparently,the proofing ammo that Kel-Tec uses at the factory was pretty dirty but the pistol cleaned up easily. The problem came in reassembling it. It is possible to incorrectly reassemble the pistol with the assembly pin in front of the barrel lug. If this happens, the slide will stop about an inch short of being in full battery. Once you have assembled the recoil springs and barrel in the slide, it is necessary to press down on the rear (chamber) part of the barrel while pushing the slide/barrel assembly forward onto the frame. This allows the barrel to move forward enough in the slide to align the pivot hole in the barrel lug to line up with the assembly pin hole in the frame. Once the holes are lined up, snap the assembly pin into the hole. Pull the slide to the rear and let it go forward to check the functioning.

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