Is KelTec P11 discontinued?

Is KelTec P11 discontinued?

KelTec has officially discontinued production of the P11 pistol, which it calls the very first 9mm polymer pistol designed for concealed carry. The company will continue to honor the P11 warranty, so original owners can still expect full-coverage servicing while replacement parts are still available.

How many rounds does a KelTec P11 hold?

10 rounds
The P-11 used an aluminum receiver inside a polymer grip housing held on with polymer pins. The slide, barrel, and magazine were steel. The standard magazine held 10 rounds.

When did Kel-Tec P11 come out?

The KelTec P11 was produced in 1995 and was the first double-stack polymer-framed subcompact pistol to be brought to the market.

What is a P11 gun?

The P11, a double-stacked, 9mm subcompact pistol with a 10 or 12-round magazine, provides a lot of firepower in a lightweight, yet durable polymer package. And at the time, that high capacity was unheard of for a pistol that was intended to be a take-everywhere, holstered, and ready-to-go tool.

How many bullets in a Kel Tec 9mm?

The pistol includes a slide hold-open feature which locks the slide in its rearmost position after the last round is fired. The grip is made of DuPont ST-8018 polymer and holds the steel, 7-round, single-column magazine.

How many bullets in a Kel-Tec 9mm?

How good is the Kel Tec Sub 2000?

The Sub 2000 is great for concealing and keeping a low profile, but keep in mind it’s only a $400 pistol caliber carbine. It has mostly polymer furniture and just in terms of hand feeling, you can definitely tell this isn’t an expensive firearm, but the foldability helps even out these problems.

Is a TEC-9 fully auto?

The TEC-9 retains most of the characteristics of machine pistols, and serves the same purpose. While it lacks a fully automatic rate of fire, its 32-round magazine can be emptied in seconds.