Uh--OK, then.I really don't have any confidence in that Kahr....so...I've convinced the gun shop to trade it in for a Taurus pt145bpFrom another poster:again...not knowing all of the circumstances of the AD in the article...I can only assume that the article is somewhat factual..
SteveI agree. Anyone who owns a Kahr knows that it would take a heck of a "grab" to actuate the trigger to where the pistol would fire. A ND would be much more likely with a M&P, Glock and possibly an XD if the grip safety were depressed. I think the guy was playing with his pistol. After disassembling my CW9 slide, I just can't see how the gun would fire when dropped, especially from a foot or so. If it did, there would be broken parts in the Kahr (and a lawsuit, I'd bet).Yes, I think there's much more to the story like, "I was bored and playing with my gun. I accidentally pulled the trigger...sorry".