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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by rainman33, Jan 5, 2020.
i may have to join the 10 mil club.
For the 10mm fans...
KelTec has a farewell P11 video (whimsical) on their site. It has farts, bizarre marshmallow eating, a "girl", and a good way to start a fire rubbing sticks... (kinda).
Why do I now want a P11?
The Palmetto State Armory Dagger look interesting.
I just sold my 24 year old P11 recently. Bought it used and EDC'd it for 20 years. Replaced it several years ago with a Ruger LC9. It was hard to let go of it but I didn't need it anymore. The guy I sold it to had two other P11s. Guess he liked P11s.
I don't know what that is, I'm assuming it's some Turkish gun they import and rebrand as their own. I'm going to buy one just so when they catch on and start selling for $500, I can say I got one back when they were cheap. I already passed on brand new HS-2000s for $250 back in the day.
From the videos I've seen it's a Glock clone that can take standard Glock parts. Nothing revolutionary, but it shows how cheap a Glock can/should be.
The $540 is just for the base conversion. The full list will undoubtedly cost significantly more. Unfortunately, there wasn’t any detail on what the base conversation entails nor the price for the full-house.
Didn’t mean to mislead anyone and sorry about the confusion.
I always appreciate PSA pricing. I know some have had issues with their QA, but I’ve had good luck.
I think this could be my first “Glock”.
This is something I'm interested in! How much does it cost? And, why does it appear to be select-fire?
They say there is a “better trigger” in the works for the extra position.
SCCY, a Keltec P-11 rip-off is reported to have a striker fired version on display. Hopefully Keltec will roll out there own version too.
The lower is a magpul lower and it appears select fire because people want that look even if they can't actually select it.
I thought about selling my two P11's, but I couldn't. They are just so reliable from day one.
I tried selling it once and I got a quote of $100.
With an MSRP of $300 and better ergonomics, I'd bet it will be many people's first "Glock".
CZ 97 frame maybe?
CZC will turn your already owned 97B, B/D into a 10mm. No new platform just a conversion.
yes yes yes yes yes.
know if a full gun will be avalible direct from cz custom?