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"Other significant KelTec pistol innovations included the new P50 pistol and the now retired PF9™ and
P11™ pistols, the P11 being first sub-compact, polymer, 9 mm handgun for concealed carry. Also
slated for retirement due to P15 innovation is the P3AT™."
 

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That looks like a good analysis. Heck, I ended up letting a friend talk me out of my P3AT, because it was a single stack and (in my hands at least) the recoil felt a lot more severe than you might expect from a .380. By way of contrast, the Grendal P10 doublestack .380 I had at the same time was a pleasure to shoot. (Plus, I had a P32, so I wasn't going to miss the P3AT anyway... ;>)
Remember the P15 is thinner than a PF9.
 

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The P15 takes P11 mags so it can't be much thinner than a P11. I figured carwash got a case of keyboard dyslexia. Happens to me all the time. 😛
Nah, I was just going by what Kel-Tec is claiming... WIDTH 0.875in - "This pistol stands at just 5 inches tall, 6.6 inches long and 7/8th inches wide while still housing a 4 inch barrel."
 
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