Kahr Propoganda

Kahr Propoganda

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    Kahr Propoganda

    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.


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    Thanks for the review. I have a PM9 and love it. My wife is "eyeing" the P380.
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    I have over 1800 combined rounds through three kahrs without one failure. It's hard to find a more reliable pistol that's so easy to conceal. The price isn't bad for the CW line.

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    Its not propoganda......its all true, Kahrs are outstanding handguns.
    When I leave the home port:
    S&W 642 Airweight, Ruger SP 101, Colt Detective Spec., CZ RAMI, Kahr PM9, Kahr CW40, S&W Model 10-7, Glock 30, 19, and 26, Browning Hi Power, CZ82, Colt Commander, Dan Wesson PM7, Ruger LCP

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    Quote Originally Posted by pirate View Post
    Its not propoganda......its all true, Kahrs are outstanding handguns.
    +1 (what he said)
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    After 800+ trouble free rounds through my one year old CW9, I would definately consider the Kahr 380....if I were again in the market for a .380 acp.

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    Kahr's been good to me!


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    I carry a CW45 and my better half has a CW9, Both are GREAT pistols, 1700 rounds between em with 2 failures...damn good if ya ask me, very accurate and a comfortable, light carry gun! I have been turned alot of people into believers since I have had mine!
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    I have had two. A P45 and a CW9. The CW9 was ok, but the P45 wouldn't work. I did buy it about a month after it came out so maybe it was a new model bug sort of thing.

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    I have 4 Kahrs; a P9, K9, MK9 and a P380, all with night sights and they're all great guns. I have small hands and I think they designed them just for me! I'm tempted to get a PM9 just to have one. My greatest fantasy? That they would make a K45!
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    I love my CW9...bought it due to a lot of good reviews and advice here. It is my primary carry piece.

    I wish Kahr made a larger gun for HD with a dual stack and light rail...but I guess their calling card is smaller single-stackers for CCW. If they did, I would be first in line (well first after the first production round so they can work out the bugs).

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    I love all of my Kahrs (P380, PM9, PM45). I carry that same combination you described (P380 w/ night sights and CT) as my BUG on duty now.
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    Love my Kahrs! P9, PM9, P380 here. Never leave home with out one.




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    Quote Originally Posted by pirate View Post
    Its not propoganda......its all true, Kahrs are outstanding handguns.
    For sure. I have a cw40 and LOVE it.
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    I have a 10 year old K40, and a 2 year old CW40. Never a malfunction with the CW40, and the only one with the K40 was when I once put the recoil spring in backwards. The gun still functioned, the spring just protruded from the front of the pistol.

    They are ergonomic, slim, concealable, accurate, great triggers, fire a powerful cartridge, and are trusted companions. I've been carrying them both a lot more these days as I seem to be veering towards concealability over capacity.

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