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  • I love my poly Kahr

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  • I love my steel Kahr

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    Kahr owners only please

    Simple question, Do you like or dislike your Kahr?
    Last edited by Shooterer; September 7th, 2007 at 02:19 PM.
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    I hated to buy my first one , it was too much money for a " pocket pistol " . After i got it and shot it i got the big brother and they now are my normal carry gun(s) neglecting my brownings , sigs , springers , kimbers , colts , hk, ect..
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    I really like my Kahr CW9. Very very reliable and accurate even with me shooting it, and small enough for pocket holster carry. If I ever buy another pocket gun perhaps in 40 or 45 I'll certainly consider one of these.

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    luv my TP45...
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    I had a PM9 a few years ago. Not the most reliable thing in the world. I sold it and didn't look at Kahrs again until recently. I picked up a Kahr CW9 recently and I LOVE it. It has eaten everything I've fed it, without a hiccup. I HIGHLY recommend the CW9, it would be hard to beat the value. $350 NIB.
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    MK40 in a Milt Sparks Watch 6 Talon :-)
    Absolutely the most comfortable carry rig I ever had!
    And the MK40 has been a reliable, accurate shooter at 400 rounds so far.
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    I carry a P9 and am very happy with it. I have had it for about 4 years. It is one of the best CC guns you can get. I have no problems with miss-feeds and such, and it is accurate for a small gun.
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    So far, so good

    I have been a Kahr owner for about 3 months, buying a slightly used MK9, the all stainless 9mm with 3 inch barrel and short grip that takes a 6 round flush magazine. After about 400 rounds I am very pleased with the gun, which has been perfectly reliable and quite accurate. I also think it is a good looking gun.

    I held off on buying a Kahr for several years because I was deterred by negative comments I read in Internet gun chat sites like this one. The small size and clever design of the gun attracted me, however. Finally I concluded that the steel Kahrs had a better reputation for reliability than the polymer, so I decided to try one of the steel models for belt carry. Eventually I may also try a polymer model for pocket use.

    I bought a Comp Tac IWB tuckable holster for it called the "2 O'Clock" and it conceals more easily than any other gun I own. I can see this becoming a primary "deep cover" gun when clothing requires that.


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    The Kahr CW9 is hard deal to beat and accurate and reliable too. Steve48

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    I've had them all at on time or another, except the .45's, they were all good guns.

    I prefer the 9mm in the poly Kahrs, I just think you are pushing the design a little far with a .40. If you choose steel, I wouldnt worry about it.
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    I like my P45 a lot. although I did have to initially send it back because of a faulty slide catch. But their service is great and I had my gun back quickly and I have not had a problem since!

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    I love my PM9, but carry it very seldom.

    What I love about my Kahr is how the trigger "replicates" a good double action revolver trigger. The reason I seldom carry the Kahr is because I carry a wheelgun off-duty.

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    I love my P9 and cary it daily. I have put 2500 rounds through without a single problem.

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    I've got a K40 I'm happy with. Rides nicely in an Andrews Mc Daniel II.
    It has been reliable, very accurate and not punishing to shoot. I've either got it, or one on my Glocks on my hip whenever I can get away with more than pocket carry.

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    PM9 in the VAXXXX serial number. Never a problem with it and more accurate than it should be with that short barrel. It's all but replaced my two Kel-Tec P3ATs and PPK/s as BUG duty...




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