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This is a discussion on According to my Wife, we are getting a couple of CW9's.... within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; My wife told me tonight that we are for sure buying a Kahr CW9 for her and that I should get one too so we ...
My wife told me tonight that we are for sure buying a Kahr CW9 for her and that I should get one too so we have matching guns.
Like I'm going to say "No Honey, I don't think that's a good idea." HA! Never happen!
I'm a lucky guy!
ask her if she would mind buying a third, so if we ever run into each other or go shooting we can all have matching guns
"The value you put on the lost will be determined by the sacrifice you are willing to make to seek them until they are found."
My wife and I have had a pair of CW9s for the last two years---we had a problem with the magazine releases on both pistols (and my brothers too)---this was fixed with new bits sent by Kahr---all three now run 100%, shoot to point of aim, sweet trigger, lightweight and slim---I have another small 9mm---Walther PPS that I like a lot, but we both carry the CW9s so that the operating drill is the same for the wife and me. Keepin' it simple...
Good wife you better keep her. I will never forget the day my wife said, "Honey, I want a .45."
Glock 36, 30SF, 31, 32, 21 Gen4 - Carry guns
Ruger Mini-14 and Remington 870 by the bed both wearing Surefire lights.
Always carry a knife-they are handy to have
Always carry a reload-You probably won't need it but it is good insurance .
Always carry a light- To see in the dark
I bet you can't wait to pick them up. I love the one I have. Fits my hand perfectly. I did have one problem with mine tho, and the Kahr technician that has been with the company for like 13 years had never seen that happen before... the frame cracked down around the trigger pivot pin. So small, you couldn't see it, but the pin would work it's way out the right side of the gun during firing. As much as one magazine load would have it moving out.
I sent it in, and they discovered the problem, told me about it, then built me a new gun using all the old parts from my existing gun and just installing them all into a brand new frame.
I still havn't taken it out shooting since I got it back, but I trust it 100%.
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Thats cool. My friend got rid of all his Glocks finally broke down and admitted/realized their grips sucked for him...and went with the CW 40 as his main CC weapon he loves it.
I was seriously considering a CW9 until Kahr announced the CM9. Now it looks like I am going to be waiting for the smaller one.
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We had talked about the CM9 as well Rollo. We may end with a couple of those one day as well but for now, the CW9's will fit the bill quite well I think.
Quick talk to her about a new Corvette <LOL>
Cool beans, Miike. If yours are as reliable and easy to carry as mine is, you'll be a couple of happy campers. Do post back with what you end up getting for leather for them.
Since the CWs only come with one mag, make sure you set aside another C-note for spare mags, and don't be seduced by the lower price of the ProMags... those are best used as paperweights. Bite the bullet and stick with Kahr OM mags.
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