Just wondering what you all prefer to carry as your primary gun and why (comfort, reliability, big bang, really big bang, accuracy, etc.).
I've heard that they weren't very reliable, I would have gotten one but I believe that Kel-Tec quit making them. I heard that the round was just too much for the Kel-Tec platform. Have you had any problems with it? I'd be interested in hearing anything further you have to say about it.When I leave the house, I generally have my KelTec P40, .40 S&W on my side. Light weight and has a real punch, unfortunately on both ends. I have recently located a .357 Sig barrel for it, and will switch over to that caliber.
If that particular smith is the older model version, I thought about one about 4 years back, but I was talked out of it rather quickly by the dealer (who was a friend). He said it was a throw away gun. The life expectancy was about 2500 to 3000 rounds. I'm sure it wasn't true, but I wasn't taking any chances.tony218 said:.
i'm looking at s&w sw9ve to replace this with.
does anyone have any comments on this gun?
good or bad i would like to hear them.
I carry a Kel-Tec P40 also. It's light weight, easy to conceal (especially with the addition of the attachable belt clip) and still carries more than enough rounds and .40 cal. knockdown power.pro2am said:Just wondering what you all prefer to carry as your primary gun and why (comfort, reliability, big bang, really big bang, accuracy, etc.).