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Kahr Arms CM9093 CM 9mm 3" 6+1 Textured Blk Poly Grip and Fr

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Model: CM9093
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 76031
UPC: 602686067317
MFG: Kahr Arms

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The CM9093 by Kahr Arms has ideal external dimensions for concealed carry--3" barrel, overall length of 5.42", and height of 4". With the 6-rd stainless steel magazine (one included), this pistol weighs 15.9 oz. The CM9093 features a conventional-rifled barrel, a metal-injection-molded slide stop lever, and a 0.90" wide matte stainless steel slide. The black polymer frame features patented 4140 steel inserts molded into the frame in the front and back for added rigidity and strength, which can withstand firing thousands of rounds. The cocking cam trigger system employs a patented cam to both unlock the firing pin block (passive safety) and complete cocking and releasing of the firing pin. The system provides a "safe-cam action" and an incredibly smooth double action-only trigger stroke that's fast to fire in critical defensive situations. The rear sight is drift-adjustable, and the pinned-in polymer front sight features a white bar-dot configuration.
Finish Red
Type Not Valid
Action Double Action
Caliber 9×21mm
Barrel Length 4.25"
Capacity 25 + 1
Safety Not Valid
Grips Hogue
Sights Novak
Weight N/A
Type Single Shot
Action Double Action Only
Caliber 44 Remington Magnum
Barrel Length 4.2"
Capacity 13+1/16+1 (Grip Extension)
Safety Thumb Safety Only
Grips Brown
Sights Trench Style
Weight N/A
Finish Stainless
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Double Action Only
Caliber 9mm
Barrel Length 3"
Capacity 6 + 1
Safety Safe Action
Grips Black
Sights Adjustable
Weight N/A

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Reviewed By: Michael S on 08/12/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I suppose the best thing I can say about this firearm to depict exactly how I feel about it would be to say, I wish I would have bought it about 7 guns ago. That way I would only have about 3 handguns as opposed to the 6 I have now. Of the firearms I own, the CM9 just vaulted in to my top 3, bypassing 2 Glocks. Simply put, it was flawless through the first 200 rounds I put through it today, and it is surprisingly easy/fun to shoot and recoil is very manageable. I will say the sights take some getting used to, but this is easily in my carry rotation now. I have a Glock 23 that I love, but feels like a brick to carry, and a Glock 36 that is about as reliable as a plastic baseball bat vs. a Randy Johnson fast ball. So my Ruger SR9C, SR40C and now this wonderful little Kahr CM9 are my fab 3! I see a lot of comparisons to the M&P Shield, and in my honest opinion the CM9 is the much better value. I've owned 2 Shields and sold them both because of continuous malfunctions. May have just had bad luck with the Shields and got two lemons. Lastly, I would recommend getting the upgraded Buds lifetime warranty. I mean seriously why wouldn't you for under $20, regardless of how awesome a gun is?!?!

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Reviewed By: Robert L on 07/13/2014 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Great gun. I have put about 100 rounds through it so far with no malfunctions. The sight and trigger wil take some getting use to. Great size to carry though.

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Reviewed By: Jason Q on 06/21/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I just got a chance to put some rounds through the CM9. Being such a small 9mm, it is a bit of a handful to shoot but it was actually more pleasant than I had thought it would be. I had 50 rounds down range without a single hiccup. The accuracy was also better than I was expecting. The only gripe I have so far is that the magazine is difficult to load. I loaded five at a time and I did not try six. It almost feels as if the follower is binding a little but I will pull the magazine apart to look for any high spots on the follower. I hope it should be an easy fix. Considering the cost, I am very happy with this Kahr.

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Reviewed By: David C on 05/10/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Received gun quickly. Could find no defects. Cleaned and lubricated and put 150 rounds through it in one session. Zero malfunctions. Nice groups but I think I can do better with a little more practice with the Bar-Dot sights. Looks and feels like quality at a great price. My new EDC.

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Reviewed By: Robert K on 04/17/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Recently got a Kahr CM9 from Bud's. Service was fast and professional as usual. Ya gotta love this pistol ! Stripped it down and polished the feed ramp before firing it.The ramp had a few imperfections that might have caused feeding issues. Don't know for sure. I've been carrying a 2"J-Frame and seriously can't tell the weight difference between the two. The CM9 is flatter,and smaller. Both shoot a serious defense round, 9mm vs .38 Special. Had NO feed issues on the first 100 rounds. Performance was flawless. The Kahr website has a detailed disassembly video which is helpful for the first time. You can spend $100's more for a "big name" pistol, but you will probably not find a 9mm that will beat this gun. 1.25 groups at 30 ft.and the small size are unbeatable. You don't need a match grade pistol for self defense. When the rubber meets the road, it won't matter.Call Bud's and get one before the CM9 goes on the "hard to get" list

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