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Detailed High Resolution Photos of My Kel-Tec P-11

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by marshall3, Mar 7, 2007.

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  1. marshall3

    marshall3 Member

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    I have made a web gallery of detailed high resolution photos of my P-11. Perhaps this will be of use to someone who is contemplating purchasing a P-11. Warning: you had better have a high speed connection!

    http://www.mouseguns.com/p11gal/ktp11.html
     
  2. Chindo18Z

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    Outstanding. Thanks for the link and your photos...
     
  3. tnieto2004

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    looks great .. I like the color of yours .. mine is all blued
     
  4. Jdoc

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    Great pics.......

    I like the looks of that little kel tec how does it shoot I seen the target pic how far were you from it when you shot.
     
  5. marshall3

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    I'm not a good shot...

    I shot the target from only five yards. The central large black spot is about three inches in diameter. If you are looking for a target pistol, the P-11 should be low on your "must have" list. On the other hand, the P-11 is ideal for ccw and close-up self-defense. The trigger is relatively long and hard, as on a revolver, and is the only safety. I consider the tough trigger to be a "good thing," for a ccw pistol. I generally carry it in my front pocket in a leather holster from Galco:

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    Or, behind my back in a Don Hume IWB holster:

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  6. Sniper X

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    Very comprehensive, I give you an A+ for that! Great job! Now that would be a great resource if everyone did that!
     
  7. GunNut

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    That's some very nice photography, and what looks like a great little gun.
     
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