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Kahr Arms CW3833 CW380 6+1 380ACP 2.5"

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Model: CW3833
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 83990
 
UPC: 060286167314
 
MFG: Kahr Arms

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Built on a black polymer frame with a matte stainless steel slide. Double action only, lock breech, no magazine disconnect. Conventional rifling 1:16 right hand twist. Textured polymer grips. Drift adjustable white bar-dot combat rear sight; pinned in polymer front sight. One 6-round magazine included.
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Tiger
Type Pistol
Action Double Action Only
Caliber 22 Short
Barrel Length 6.88"
Capacity 9 + 1, 11 + 1(Grip Extension)
Safety Ambidextrous manual lever
Grips Antique Finish
Sights 3-Dot
Weight 10.2 oz
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Duo-Tone
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Double Action
Caliber 380 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
Barrel Length 2.5"
Capacity 6 + 1
Safety No Manual Safety
Grips Black
Sights Adjustable
Weight 10.2 oz
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish
Type Revolver
Action Gas Operation
Caliber 25 ACP
Barrel Length 5" Vent Rib
Capacity 11 + 1
Safety Internal Lock
Grips Silver Sparkles
Sights Dovetail
Weight 10.2 oz
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Tenifer
Type
Action Blowback Operation
Caliber 7.62 mm X 39 mm
Barrel Length 3.18"
Capacity Not Valid
Safety Safe Action
Grips Not Listed
Sights Heinie
Weight 10.2 oz

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9 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.1 of 5 Stars! [4.1 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: Thomas F on 12/13/2014 Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
I really want to like this gun. Perfect size for carry, don't even know it's there. Fit and finish and looks are great. Gun is very accurate and soft shooting, but it has proven to be far to unreliable to serve as a self defense weapon, even after going back to Kahr for warranty work. Have experienced every type of failure possible. Seems better after factory work, I'll give it another chance. Seems ok with Liberty Ammo, otherwise I'll be back in the market for another carry pistol. BUds was great as always.

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Reviewed By: John T on 11/25/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I bought this to replace a Diamondback DB9 as my pocket/ankle carry gun. The DB9 was the perfect size and preferable 9mm caliber, but after a LOT of trying to "break it in" and get it fixed at the factory, it just wouldn't run reliably (or accurately) enough for a self defense gun. The CW380 is almost the exact same size as the DB9, with the only negative trade-off being the less powerful cartridge. But the tradeoff was well worth it... after my first trip to the range with the CW380, I am extremely happy with it. I also own the CW9 for waistband carry and I am just as happy with both Kahr models. The CW380 is very easy to conceal and shoots like a dream for such a small pistol. I broke it in with 100 rounds of cheap PMC ammo and did not have a single malfunction. The very first magazine did not lock the slide after the last round, but it locked back every single time after that... which is completely acceptable and failing to lock back is not even considered a stoppage in my opinion. I was able to shoot the CW380 two-handed, one-handed, weak-handed, etc. and able to hit a 4-inch plate at about 10 yards if I really concentrated... I can't claim any of the above with the DB9.

Pros:
- Extremely concealable
- Manageable recoil for its size
- Smooth trigger
- Good sights
- Slide lock

Cons:
- Not a 9mm

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Reviewed By: Wesley S on 11/24/2014 Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
Well I want to like this gun, I really do. And to be honest when it functions properly I'm very impressed with it's accuracy and low recoil for a gun its size. This thing is so small and handy I can see it would be easy to conceal and a pleasure carry. But like others I had some feed and premature slide lock problems initially, and after the 200 round break-in I was only left with the slide lock issue. Seems a few others are seeing this same issue so wanted to describe what I believe is the the cause and a fix in case you don't want to send it back...

The issue is the slide will lock open when there are still rounds in the mag. Upon investigation I found that the slide lock tang sticks onto the magazine well a little too far so it interferes with the next round as it comes up into the feed lips. The tang is supposed to stick in just far enough so the metal bump on the side of the follower will push it up and lock it after the last round. I believe what's happening to mine is the tang is a bit too long and occasionally catches on a round as it indexes into the feed lips, and the round pushes up on the slide lock and locks it open. You can see this if you lock the slide back, then slowly insert the mag with a round in it. Notice the clearance between the round and the tang as it starts to approach it. On mine you could clearly see and feel the interference. I took the slide stop out and filed a bit of a taper on it to clear the profile of the round, now if functions perfectly. Be careful not to take off too much as that could cause it to miss the metal bump on the follower and it might fail to lock open after the last round.

I'd give the gun 5 stars now that it's fixed but sorry, a new gun shouldn't need reworking.

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Reviewed By: larry a on 11/13/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
A very satisfactory purchase. with great service from Bud's and merchandise delivered timely and in good order.

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Reviewed By: Terry T on 10/24/2014 Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
After almost 400 rounds I had to send the gun back for repair. The slide was not closing on the first round no matter how I tried it and often would not close all the way during firing. It also would not reliably feed hollowpoints. Now that I have the gun back, this problem is gone. However, with at least 1 brand of ammo (Remington) the slide will lock open before the clip is empty and I get frequent stovepipes. Most other ammo has worked well so far. Still not sure if I want to trust this pistol for self defense. My Sig 938 runs all day without a hiccup.

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