This is a discussion on Kahr Differences within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Traded a pm2 recently for a K9. Is it me or does the K9 have a much better trigger? I still have a pm9 and ...
January 17th, 2020 08:52 PM
Traded a pm2 recently for a K9. Is it me or does the K9 have a much better trigger? I still have a pm9 and love it for summer carry but that K9 feels so good. Also, I didn’t think I would like the rubber grips and would replace them but they feel so great I might leave them alone. The gun I bought does have a scratch that looks like it was caused by hitting the slide release when dissembling, its not deep. Any whay to fix that on the matte slide? I think polishing would screw it up. Thanks!
January 17th, 2020 09:09 PM
I recently bought a used MK9. I also noticed that the trigger seemed smoother than the triggers on my other Kahrs. Don't get me wrong. I actually love Kahr triggers but this one seemed a little better. I don't know if the metal frame has anything to do with it or not. Maybe the trigger is just broken in on this used pistol.
January 18th, 2020 07:37 AM
It is generally recognized that the all steel Kahr trigger is better than that on the polymer models, especially the "elite" trigger of the K9. I would guess it is a result of several factors due to the slight differences in the designs.