I finally had some free time today (Friday), so I cleaned and oiled the Kahr PM9 and headed to the range. They recommend a 200-round break-in for this gun, so I picked up a 250-round box of Remington UMC 9mm hardball at Dick's Sporting Goods on the way. They didn't really have anything in 9mm defensive ammo except Winchester White Box. I declined. Once at the range, I bought two 20-count boxes of Speer Gold Dot 147-grain.
So on to the range. I decided to alternate between the two mags, the 6-round and the 7-round. Out of the box of 250, I had two failures. BUT... both came early, like within the first 50 rounds or so, and both were with the extended 7-round mag. After that, no problems. So then I moved on to the Gold Dot. I emptied each mag twice with these. Flawless.
So yeah, I'm happy!
This trigger is like butter. There's a free steak dinner from me waiting for whoever designed this one!
It seemed to shoot low and left. But in all fairness, as nice as this trigger is, it could still be my technique. I'll work on it.
This was the first time I've fired 9mm +P. Honestly, in this particular gun they felt exactly like .45 ACP in my others. No kidding. This little round has some punch.
I'm thrilled! If any of you are on the fence about a PM9, I hereby give it my wholehearted recommendation.
Now what's taking that pocket holster so long to get here????