Getting sufficient practice with Kel-tec PF9

This Kel-tec PF9 is set up for inexpensive practice. CTC laser allows better dry fire practice by providing visual feedback to trigger control exercise. This way, if you don’t have time to get to the range, some practice can be obtained.

The .22 conversion kit from Twisted Industries is a very high quality design allowing high round count practice with less hand fatigue. It also cuts down the cost of such practice by 2/3. I prefer using high quality .22 ammunition instead of bulk, but even premium .22 cost less than budget grade 9mm.

I will post more photos of this kit soon to shown billet machined (!) magazines and other features. This conversion kit makes PF9 into a light and comfortable kit gun.

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6 Responses to Getting sufficient practice with Kel-tec PF9

  1. Michael says:

    I know what I’m asking Santa for this Christmas!

  2. ASU says:

    The problem I always have with lasers is the darn holster. I set you on a quest to find a pocket holster that works with a PF9 and the CT laser.

  3. Oleg Volk says:

    Galco and JS Holsters make them, possibly others.

  4. Weak Stream says:

    Oleg, you need to talk to Twisted Industries about doing some product shots. Their photos are terrible!

    Have you had any trigger-time with the .22 conversion? How was the reliability and consistency of function?

  5. Ron says:


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