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2 years 24 weeks ago, 5:37 PM

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Guys I recently bought this new piece but have no manual. Please don't jump on me here but for the life of me I can't rack the slide. I know to remove the mag first and then jerk the slide back. It only moves about 1/4" inch. The chamber is empty and the trigger works normally. Let's keep this among us!
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2 years 24 weeks ago, 7:15 PM

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I hope :) Your 1/4" travel coincides with the normal travel to unlock the barrel (?)
http://www.keltecweapons.com/resources/downloads/

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2 years 24 weeks ago, 7:25 PM

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Thanks for the reply General! I'm OK for an old guy but working to split and stack enough firewood lately.

Pulling back the slide as far as I can does not unlock the barrel as I see it. The only difference is if I pull the trigger w/o touching the slide, I see the hammer start to move (as it should). I have not tried a full trigger pull. If I move the slide back the trigger pulls fully w/ no resistance.

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2 years 24 weeks ago, 10:54 PM

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When it comes to Keltec I can only guess. Have you tried it with an empty magazine? There is no safety to keep it from moving but how about the take-down pin, do you think you could field strip the gun in case it was reassembled wrong by the prev. owner?
As I said, I don't know anything about 'em, I'd just have to fiddle around until I hit the right combination.

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2 years 24 weeks ago, 9:01 AM

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I had a PF9 for a while pain in the ass to disassemble and reassemble but reliable 100% almost sorry I sold it...

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2 years 24 weeks ago, 3:54 PM

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Hey, it's a big two years daisycutter! I thought of the disassembly pin but this thing has such a head that it looks like KelTec didn't want the owner to take it down.
Snake, how did you get it out? I can barely get my fingernail under the head. The owners manual show using the rim of a 22 case. Also the manual shows pulling the pin when the slide is fully retracted (which is my problem).

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