Well, I've had a Kahr PM9 for a few months. Put 4-500 rounds through. Had bought it used, but with only about 50 rounds through. The trigger had cleaned up very nicely. Never a problem shooting at the range, though not with hard tactical practice.
My usual IDPA CZ is at the smith, so I shot the PM9 today.
I had thought I had mastered the "slingshot" for the Kahr, as even a mag in the recommended technique of dropping the slide lock is difficult. Well in a competition concentrating on many things, it just wouldn't work. Many failure to feeds. Also had the situation of a dud primer, and therefore had to rack, generating a failure to get into battery. Going from slide-lock was almost as bad, as it would sometimes take over a second of hard thumb pushing to get it to go. As the day went on, I lost more and more confidence in the pistol. I had been thinking about carrying it more than my KT380 (which is unbeatable for size) due to the step up to 9mm. I am rethinking this now.
Should I give it more time, send it back to Kahr, or get rid of it. And if I get rid of it, what else is a candidate: mostly IWB, but has to be able to be stuck in a pocket on occasion.