Two new guns

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokerblue View Post
    Did she give a reason why she like the Kahr better? Trigger? Weight?
    She was able to shoot better with it. It's a pretty thin gun compared to the M&P. The Kahr is a single stack mag and the M&P uses staggered stack mags. The M&P also feels about double the weight of the Kahr.

    She has no problem with recoil, she's fired my .45s on several occasions. I taught her the weaver stance and she can reacquire her target quickly and do double taps. The Kahr trigger pull feels about twice as heavy as the M&P (I was actually quite surprise how light the M&P trigger pull feels) but that didn't bother her. I think it was mainly size and weight and just overall personal feel to her.

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