I purchased a Kahr MK9 approx. 9 months ago and use it mainly for every day carry unfortunately it is to heavy to carry in my pocket in the summer so I bought a Kahr P380 a month ago. The day I purchased it I installed a Bedair Guide rod and went to the range and shot 100 rounds through it with one stove pipe jam as the only problem. A week later I got my crimson trace installed and took it back to the range to complete the 200 round break-in period. I had no problems whatsoever unless you consider the fact that once I got it sighted in I had a hard time not hitting in the bullseye (from 7 yards). Out of 20 shots 15 hit the bullseye and the other 5 were in the next ring.
No problems with the gun and extremely accurate. Now keep in mind I have approx. $700 wrapped up in this little gun but wow is it dependable and very accurate.
If you are looking for a nice (some would say overpriced) gun you should take a look at the Kahr P380 and spend the extra money for the laser.