Wife's PM9 has returned (something for u ladies)

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    Wife's PM9 has returned (something for u ladies)

    Well my wife has been carrying this Kahr PM9 for a couple years now & unlike me (which has had many different edc's) she has not. She love's the little 9mm & so far the only change we made to it was fitting some XS Big-Dot night sights.
    Well after some time of her saying "i wish the slide was pink" her wonderful husband (that's me, lol) tore the little gun apart & sent the pieces to "Jim's Gun Supply" in WI and had the slide,trigger & slide release lever done in "pink lady" Now it looks great but iam concerned with how "duracoat" will hold up, i hear it's great stuff but i guess well find out......
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    i think the gun looks lovely! for a female...

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    There may be a distraction value in addition to its feminine allure.
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    Bad enough to be a criminal in jail after getting shot by a woman...but to get shot by a woman with a pink gun?! Dude will never live it down...

    Gotta be some deterrent value in that!
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    A large part of DuraCoat "durability" is in how well it was prepped. It is, after all, a paint, and no paint is immune to wear. I've used it on a couple of pistols (recently) and am withholding judgement on it's long-term durability. I'm sure there are others out there who had it applied long ago and can give a more experienced opinion.
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    Looks good, anything to keep the women in our life's happy. Not too sure about the pink on the slide release.

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    The PM9 is a very nice gun, I am sure she enjoys it . Congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slim_45 View Post
    Now it looks great but iam concerned with how "duracoat" will hold up, i hear it's great stuff but i guess well find out......
    Looks like you are committed - You'll have to tell us how it holds up.
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    Very nice. Perfect for a lady.
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    That is definitely....pink. Hey, if mama's happy, all is right with the world. Kudos to you for helping her realize her dream. I was in my local gun shop one time looking at snubs and the owner held up a pink revolver (not grip, but the frame was pink). He said, "The baddest dude in the county should carry this gun. If a guy is man enough to pull a pink gun an someone, he won't think twice about shooting them." It may actually be worse to be sitting in jail having been shot by a GUY with a pink gun.
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    Nice. My husband has bought me quite a collection of pink guns... Now that he's got me hooked, I'm moving on to black ones. ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    Bad enough to be a criminal in jail after getting shot by a woman...but to get shot by a woman with a pink gun?! Dude will never live it down...

    Gotta be some deterrent value in that!
    Very well said indeed
    I kinda think truth be told that she wanted it "pink" so i would not carry it anymore ( as i used too when i wanted to deep conceal )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slim_45 View Post
    Well my wife has been carrying this Kahr PM9 for a couple years now & unlike me (which has had many different edc's) she has not. She love's the little 9mm & so far the only change we made to it was fitting some XS Big-Dot night sights.
    Well after some time of her saying "i wish the slide was pink" her wonderful husband (that's me, lol) tore the little gun apart & sent the pieces to "Jim's Gun Supply" in WI and had the slide,trigger & slide release lever done in "pink lady" Now it looks great but iam concerned with how "duracoat" will hold up, i hear it's great stuff but i guess well find out......
    I think you could maybe get a little cottage industry going, doing custom work for the Pink Pistols! http://www.pinkpistols.org/
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    Quote Originally Posted by hayzor View Post
    Looks like you are committed - You'll have to tell us how it holds up.
    I will indeed....the guy that did it has hundred's of pic's of different gun's he's done, so i hope i bought experience....wish us luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by hayzor View Post
    Looks like you are committed - You'll have to tell us how it holds up.
    Was lookin at some of my Old subscribed threads & came across this so thought id answer...
    Its been 1.5 years since this was done & even though she carries it in a Crossbreed Mini Tuck it still looks GREAT

    BTW: we "may" be selling this because she wants a Kimber Solo w/Laser Grips, which we will "pink" the slide on also
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