I purchased a PM9 a while back. I had a couple of areas of concern during the break-in period.
First, the accuracy has been horrible - even after the break-in period. At seven yards, I have to aim six to eight inches high to get a hit near the X ring. High and to the right to be exact. These things can be corrected I know.
Second, I could never put a new mag in, rack the slide and chamber a round. It always hung. After completing the break-in period, I called Kahr about my concerns. One of the 'smiths told me the gun was not intended to be "racked" when chambering a round. The slide should be locked back - if not already in this state after finishing off a mag - the magazine inserted and the slide lock released to chamber a round.
I was very skeptical about this. However, he referred me to p.14 of the owner's manual. I hadn't read that - I couldn't even find mine. After downloading a copy, what he said was indeed in the manual.
Can anyone shed some light on why these handguns are designed to be operated this way? It's my first experience with this type of operation.