LOL, What's ridiculous and childish is to continue buying Kahr pistols after having so many negative experiences with them. If you have a problem with dropping the slide with the slide release on a carry gun why did you buy so many guns made to be carried that instructed you to do so? Maybe if you had read the directions you may have been able to master these little guns. Most people learn from their mistakes.
You're first statement is just ridiculous, not to mention childish. It's on their website; which means that they sanction the information. If they wanted it to say something different they have the right and the means to make it so. So, why don't they? Because it's the truth.
PM9, CW9, TP45, and CW45...Not to mention the ones that my friends and family have and have had problems with, you can more than triple the previous number. The problems I experienced were as follows: failures to fire, feed, and extract. Stovepipes, double feeds, nosedives, and a live rounds coming up in a stovepipe position. So, I've plenty of experience with the brand and the vast majority has, unfortunately, been negative. And, it would seem that there have been many others that have had the same experience. Is that enough "personal experience" for you?