Kel-Tec 9mm 3 Barrel Black Polymer Grip 10 Rd Mag
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Kel-Tec 9mm 3 Barrel Black Polymer Grip 10 Rd Mag

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Kel-Tec's small, lightweight P-11 has perceived recoil and practical accuracy comparable to much larger guns. Its barrel is made of SAE 4140 Ordnance steel, heat treated to 47 HRC. The slide is also 4140 steel. The rectangular frame is machined from solid 7075-T6 aluminum and houses the firing mechanism. The trigger connects via a transfer bar to the hammer and operates in Double Action Only. The hammer is driven by a novel free-floating extension spring. The light weight firing pin transmits the energy of the hammer to ignite the primer. The functioning of the mechanism surpasses all applicable SAAMI safety standards. It has an ultra high impact polymer grip, made of DuPont ST-8018. The grip also forms the magazine well and the trigger guard. It is supplied with a 10-round double column all steel magazine. The P-11 is available in a black parkerized or blued finish with a 9mm 10-round magazine.
  • Category : Pistols
  • Type : Pistol
  • Action : Double
  • Caliber : 9mm
  • Barrel Length : 3.1"
  • Capacity : 10+1
  • Safety : Hammer Block
  • Grips : Black Polymer
  • Sights : 3-Dot
  • Weight : 14 oz
  • Frame Finish : Black

16 Reviews

  • Good gun for its intended purpose

    Posted by Texas Cop on Jun 10th 2015

    As a retired peace officer, I like this little pistol. While on active duty I always carried a PPK as a backup, if this had been available then I probably would have carried one instead of my beloved PPK. My job now doesn't allow for anything much larger so when I saw the P11 I immediately bought one. The fit and finish is not up that of my PPK but then the cost isn't either. The ergonomics of the P11 as opposed to the PPK (the P11 feels like you're holding a 2X4) suck, but the trade off of 11 rounds of 9mm vs 7 rounds of .380 makes it easier to swallow; a Houge Handall greatly improved things.

  • My KelTec P11

    Posted by UNDER COVER GUY on Jun 10th 2015

    I have been shooting shotguns, rifles, and sidearms for over 50 years, and realize some are better than others. My KelTec P11 I have fired almost 1000 rounds with one jam - it refused to eject an unfired round. I had to place an empty magazine in the mag well and then fire the round, and it was fine after that. For a pistol, it is better than average for short distances, less than 25 yards. But, I am an old timer (over 65) with my favorites being revolvers and double barrel 12s.

  • Keltec P-11

    Posted by Gary D on Apr 19th 2013

    I just purchaced the Keltec P-11 , and shot 50 rounds and was very empressed . No mis fires and very accurate.

  • First one a piece of crap. Second one Super

    Posted by Scuba 1 on Jul 6th 2012

    After 45 rounds with my first p11 was a limp gun. Wouldn't advance, eject, shoot , did nothing. Kel Tec has an excellent customer service department that assisted me.
    My second Kel Tec p11 was much tighter than the first one. Not sure how else to explain. I have shot the second one, around 625 times, different ammo and no jams, mixtures or hick ups if stove pipes. Excellent weapon. It is my back up to my duty firearm. Yes I trust my life every day with it.
    Kel Tec made a winner with it. Their customer service is a winner in my book too. I think my first weapon was bad from the beginning and slipped through. I recommend to my fellow LEO's. And I have too.

  • Needs a good breaking in

    Posted by RestoreTheConstitution on May 7th 2012

    I bought my second used P11 recently. As with most guns, there is no good reason to buy a new one if a reasonably priced used one is available (paid $220 with a spare mag, rubber grip, box, papers). The one I got is in like new condition and would not cycle without oil. Most handguns need a serious breaking in before you can expect them to work well... I'm talking 500 rounds minimum. The P11 is no different. There is no other 9mm that I am aware of that combines low price, high capacity, small size, low weight, and high quality like the P11 does. The gun is so simple a caveman could use it. No silly safety and can be taken apart in seconds without tools. Love it!

  • Kel tec p11

    Posted by mac280z on Jan 14th 2012

    Have allot of carry guns, but nothin this light and dependable, its simple but great, effective and very easy on the wallet....if a gun is light and easy to carry (try the belt clip)you will carry it more often than a heavy carry gun..

  • I like this gun.

    Posted by Mitch on Oct 13th 2011

    OK so this is no Glock or Colt or Walther by any stretch but mine did one thing.. SHOOT. Sure the trigger pull is a little tough at 10 pounds and it does snap back like a .44 but I put 100 rounds thru it and it did not complain. I have to admit by the time I got to about 95 rounds it did not want to feed the round into the chamber so I had to jam it forward, but if I get in a gun fight where I have to shoot 100 times its time to call in backup ! This is a good defense weapon for $250. My real complaint is with the magazine. The double stack magazine is a little tough to load but that is it.

  • What do you want, egg in your beer?

    Posted by KCAutoBob on Sep 23rd 2011

    The P11 is an inexpensive pistol-don't complain about lack of refinements if you don't want to pay for them. Go spend more money. Simple. That said, the reasons I still own and carry this little pistol (after 14 years) are good and several. 1) Size, Weight, and Capacity. On my scale it only weighs about 22 oz. fully loaded--that's eleven (11) rounds of +P 9mm Luger ammo. and it's very small. That's very good for daily concealed carry. 2)Reliability. In 14 years I've found it always functionally reliable. It has always fired. I qualify quarterly. And, on the two occasions I've had reason to call them, Kel-Tec's response far exceeded my expectations- way better than K****r. Trust me on that one! 3)Options. I fitted my P11 with two accessories; the Hogue Handall Jr. and the Pearce magazine extension. To control +P recoil in such a small lightweight pistol, I found these additions necessary and effective. The P11 will handle +P ammo, just don't make it a steady diet- use standard for practice. By the way you can use 12 round magazines also with this pistol- no need to limit to 6 rounds. Also, Kel-Tec can fit the P11 with night sights, and that's also a good option. 4) Design. The simplicity of this gun amazes me. Fewer parts generally equals fewer failures. It is a double-action design with repeat-strike capability. It has a rather long and heavy trigger pull (like a double action revolver); it's well designed for high stress situations, not for use as a target pistol! Buy this gun and shoot it, get used to it! For the money, it's a best buy!

  • It is no Glock, but good in the pocket!

    Posted by gunMike on Sep 9th 2011

    As my headline says, it is no Glock, but Glock doesn't have a 9mm that is this light, high cap, or as affordable. I have a variety of Glocks, and I also have a kel-tec p32. when I purchased this, I was wanting something really light, but with a little more knock down than the p32. I am extremely satisfied with what I got! I had no problems loading all 10rds, pulling the long stiff trigger, or the mild recoil. It is really accurate and has great grouping, so long as you focus on straight smooth trigger pull.

  • A great value

    Posted by Matt on Aug 29th 2011

    I LOVE my P11! A lot of what detractors say is true: it's a little rough around the edges, the recoil is snappy, but for the money, it just can't be beat.

    It might not be for you if you aren't comfortable making a few adjustment. Kel Tec has some aftermarket goodies that make a big difference:

    Replacement front sight- Out of the box, mine wouldn't shoot to point of aim. Dropped in a new shorter sight and problem solved.

    Magazine extension- For my size of hands, adding this part made the P11 a whole lot more controllable.

    Trigger shoe- this makes a BIG difference in improving the feel of that looong trigger pull.

    The P11 ain't perfect. But for the price of a Sig Sauer or Kahr, you could buy two or three of them. It has been totally reliable for me, offers 11 rounds, has double-strike capability, and at 13 oz. is not a burden to carry every day.

  • Great for CC

    Posted by darkwater rat on Jul 6th 2011

    This was my first experience with a Kel-Tec product. I bought mine in 1997, when they were fairly new around here, and proceeded to shoot the heck out of it. I had a lot of ammo, and lots of time for target practice, and never had any failures until the feed ramp got so filthy that rounds were snagging on it on their way to the chamber [after 600+ rnds ] I then gave it it's first cleaning and lube. The trigger is a bit of a hard pull, but that is a good thing in a "pocket nine", and it took a lot of practice for me to get any good with it, but I completely trust it. I have kept it clean and lubed since that early failure to feed, and still carry it frequently 14 years later, though I don't shoot it as much as I used to.

  • Fire Power

    Posted by kjolly on May 10th 2011

    With the 12 round mag + 1 in the chamber that is 13 rounds of 9mm from a small easy carried weapon.
    This is mt EDC. A important feature not mentioned elsewhere is the double strike hammer capablity. I have recently shot some reloaded ammo which was bad and required a couple of hammer strokes.
    Can not say enough good about this gun however its quite a bit of recoil and is not a fun range gun but could be the gun that saves your life.

  • Great for concealed carry

    Posted by Tony on Nov 30th 2010

    I've had my p11 for 8 months now and so far, I haven't had any issues with it at all. I bought the p11 for concealed carry, since it is very light and really easy to tuck in a pocket or in my inside the waistband holster.

    The p11 is very accurate up to about 15 yards, which is the range that this type of pistol was designed for. I have to say that this little pistol packs a good kick as far as recoil goes. With that being said, the recoil is still pretty manageable. You might want to note that a gun this small doesn't allow room for your pinky on the grip, but its still comfortable.

    This pistol has a very long DAO trigger pull, which makes it great from a safety standpoint. At about 8.5 lbs the trigger isn't light like a Glock, but easy enough to pull off double taps pretty fast. If you've shot revolvers, you should be fine. All in all, this is a great little gun and is perfect for daily carry or as a backup gun.

    Also,the p11 can be disassembled quickly for cleaning and maintenance, which is a nice bonus if you plan to shoot alot.

  • Very Trustworthy Protection

    Posted by Doerdie on Nov 18th 2010

    I have owned my Kel-Tec P11 for six years now and it has never failed me. I carry it inside the waist on a regular basis, it is very comfortable, quiet and light for a carry gun. At the range, I probably have 2500 rounds through her, never had a single round give me a problem. The first 1000 were Winchester white box (FMJ and JHP) and the last 1500 are my own reloads (JHP). I have only shot only 115 grain bullets. Accuracy at the range is good, with my reloads I nail 3" to 6" groups at 7 to 15 yards. I am very happy with this, and have no problem trusting my life to its dependabilty and accuracy. Not a target pistol, but fun to shoot and great at doing what it was designed for.

  • Great Conceal Gun

    Posted by turtlehitman on Nov 16th 2010

    I rated 4/5 because it is very specific in its purpose and not very flexible beyond that.

    I have had mine for about four years now and i couldn't be happier with it. It is not as nice as some other guns in its same class but for the price you can't beat it. It does have limited range but it is a sub-compact weapon. Being so small it makes a great concealed carry weapon. Also it doesn't take proprietary magazines. Recoil is quite sharp but this is to be expected as it is so light.
    Probably not a good competition or duty gun but a great concealed carry or back up gun.

  • kel-tec p11

    Posted by jeffreyak47 on Nov 14th 2010


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