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Hey all! Could anybody tell me a little about a P-11. I looked at one at my local gunshop, It was a 9mm, but not sure if it was a P-11, pretty small and cute. I pulled back the slide and it seemed like the guide rod rose pretty far up towards the barrel. My glocks do this a bit, but not as excessive. I was thinking about a little Kel-tec 9mm, since some of our fellow deputies have them and LE price is like 250. Are these pretty reliable backups???? thanks in advance - J :lol: :wink: :wink:
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The P-11 is a great little gun. It was my first KT -- way back in 1995. Yes, the guide rod does ride up -- but it is completely normal for this little gun.

It should make a good back-up gun for you. In addition, you can still come across the .40 cal. conversion kits -- in case you are carrying that caliber in your primary firearm.

If you are looking for something really small -- say, to keep in your pocket -- you might want to look at the P-3AT in .380 ACP.

Just make sure that his grinding and polishing job didn't remove any metal from the inside of the slide where the barrel/chamber locks might end up with the same result as a notorious personality that had several P-32s blow up on the other site...
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