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


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69 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.2 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
56% (38 of 69)
4 stars:
24% (16 of 69)
3 stars:
13% (9 of 69)
2 stars:
4% (3 of 69)
1 star:
4% (3 of 69)
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by michael r Tuesday 12 September, 2017
Very accurate for a concealed weapon at this price it is a steal!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Steven B Monday 31 July, 2017
Once again, dealing with Buds has been a breeze through the entire order and shipment process. I also really like this gun as being something that is what it is; a low-cost, lightweight, reasonable capacity, safe for potential carry 9mm. The DA trigger on these seems to generate a lot of negative comments but I really don\'t find it very troublesome. Staging is possible and I get very decent accuracy out of it but it does take some getting used to. Recoil for such a small, lightweight pistol is not nearly as stiff as you might expect. I find it to be a surprisingly comfortable shooter. It\'s been nicely reliable and double-strike ability has been sometimes a plus when shooting cheap ammo with hard primers. I\'ve had no feed or ejection failures through hundreds of rounds. If I have to make a negative comment it would be that the ejection pattern is really random so it can be a bit of a PITA for recovery. The Kel-Tec may seem a bit odd among some of my other choices and not universally loved by all but I do like the P11.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Aaron G Friday 14 July, 2017
As a first firearm I can not recommend it to new shooters as it takes more practice than necessary. I have already put 1000 rds through it within a month and have not gotten much better with it. When I first shot it at the range I also rented a beretta and another pistol which i had never shot either. The p11 was the worst of the 3 where I could barely hit target but hit dead center with the other two unfamiliar guns. I shoot cheap ammo with it which started out good but now I can\'t go more than 30 rds without a FTF or a FTE. The trigger is a safety of its own so there\'s not much to say other than it\'s not a range gun for fun and it will take you a lot of practice if you\'re not familiar with double action triggers. Even with thorough cleaning the rail gets stuck many times when putting it back together. I\'ll send it back to be inspected when I buy a replacement pistol and see if it gets better.

Rating:     2 of 5 Stars!
by James S Friday 05 May, 2017
Did not like this pistol, sold first chance I got. Not reliable.

Rating:     1 of 5 Stars!
by ronald m Wednesday 29 March, 2017
Just received my Kel Tec 9mm. Haven't shot it yet, but I can tell you this. The gun feels amazing in my hand.Perfect size for a real conceal weapon.Bought a in the pants holster and when I put it on, I felt this will work for everyday carry. So,perfect size,perfect firepower and ample bullets. I had a Kel Tec 380 in the past and if you shoot quality ammo, no Plus ammo, you should be in good shape. Bottom line, I am happy with the gun, fabulous price and ship from Buds. Thanks

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by James N Thursday 23 March, 2017
Bud\'s did my second P 11 from them at a very low price. There are probably better options out there than the P11, though. (Got my second P 11 before I realized this.) Having said that, despite what you may have heard about it, the trigger isn\'t one of my problems with the gun.\'s a very long stiff trigger pull, but that\'s kind of a design feature (to reduce the chance of unintentional discharges since it doesn\'t have a manual safety.) The good things about the P 11: - Inexpensive - cycles a wide variety of ammo very reliably - almost small enough to be a pocket pistol - A lot of firepower for a gun that small Bad things about the P 11: - not durable.. for me, many of the small parts needed replacing after a few hundred rounds. - Yes, it cycles ammo reliably, but ONLY if you polish the pertinent parts first (feed ramp, etc.) - for beginning shooters, gun will be too small to control well due to caliber and size (try mag ext.s) - Stiff pull and poor contours of trigger can make gun quite uncomfortable to shoot. I hear good things about other sub-comp. 9mm options out there. Research before getting a P 11.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
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