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I have a pair of larger Kel-Tecs, a P-40 and a P-11, and find them to be very good for the money. The 3AT has a very loyal and avid following so I would guess they are pretty dependable.
 

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I have a P3-AT and it's a good gun up close. I've got probably 300 rounds through mine with only 1 FTF. (Hard primer on Remington practice ammo.) It's pretty accurate up close, but lately the range I shoot at has only been letting us shoot from the 25 yd line. I have trouble hitting the silhouette most of the time from that range.

I'd say go for it. They're cheap, reliable and SMALL. You can hide these guns anywhere.
 

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Yep I already have a Taurus CIA .357 and a Colt 1991 .45 to carry when I have a coat on or clothes to conceal them well. I want a gun I can stick in my shorts pocket in the warmer months. A friend has one and I have shot it was actually surprised how accurate it is for such a small gun. We consistently shot a pop bottle at 10 yardfs or so. I also fopund a laser that will fit on it on the Kel-tec web site for 150 bucks.

Now that Nebraska has finally pased a concealed carry law.
 

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Well finally got out and shot and I am very happy. I was surprised at how accurate the gun is for a small DAO semi. It does have a bit of a bite after several clips but it is not too bad for a 8 ounce gun.
 
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