Own a Kahr PM9 and a Glock 26

Own a Kahr PM9 and a Glock 26

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    Own a Kahr PM9 and a Glock 26

    I can conceal both equally and want to get rid of one. Which should I sell? I like the fact that kahr smaller. I like the Glock because I live in a sweaty humid wasteland, where rust is a concern. Night sights on Glock, none on kahr.


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    Keep the glock

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    both are great guns but if your able to conceal both equally well, as you said i'd keep the Glock..

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    Keep the Glock. Your observations reflect the exact same reasoning that I decided to pass on the PM9, given that I already have the G26.
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    Your decision is much easier to make, I have a PM9 and a Glock 19, I would sell my G19 before my PM9, it has to do with size, the G26 is closer to the size of the PM9, one thing that weighs into my thoughts is the double action trigger, I carry appendix and feel safer with the Kahr trigger.

    I am selling my G19 and I don't think I will miss it.

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    Easy. Keep the Glock 26. Glock > Kahr!!!
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    if you can conceal both no problem keep the glock
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    Sell me the PM9

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    that was the way I was heading. The Glock is rust proof, reliable, and not too much bigger. Plus it has night sights and 10 +1.. I'm sold.. Thanx!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ba-bye PM9

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    I have a PM9 (with night sights), a G19 with night sights, and next week will be getting a G26 and will put night sights on it. I don't know that it will replace my PM9 for EDC tho. My PM9 is stainless and I wouldn't think I would have a problem with rust.

    If you're just as comfortable carrying the 26, then I think you made a good choice keeping the G26 considering that your PM9 doesn't have night sights.
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    Kahr is going.. no nite sights, no tenifer.. just doesn't do it for me. Its a shame it is a good looking gun.

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    Shot both. Love the Kahr size. Prefer the Glock in everything else. Keep the Glock.
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    I'm going to buck the trend here, as much as I like the "Baby Glocks" the Kahr is easier for me to carry. Your mileage may vary.

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    Leave the gun. Take the cannoli. .. I mean,..... Leave the Kahr. Take the Glock.
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