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Kahr Arms PM9093 PM9 6+1/7+1 9mm 3"

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Model: PM9093
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 27919
UPC: 602686068017
MFG: Kahr Arms

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The Kahr PM9 3" Micro pistol is a pocket powerhouse with a lot going for it once it is broken in. It's small, light, concealable, snag resistant, thoroughly shootable and packs a considerable punch for such a diminutive gun. The PM is one of the few true pocket pistols and one of the most practical carry guns available. Trigger cocking DAO,lock breech, "Browning - type" recoil lug, passive striker block & no magazine disconnect.
Finish Antique
Type Kit
Action Lever
Caliber 500 JRH
Barrel Length 3 1/15"
Capacity 26 1
Safety Half Cock
Grips Bone
Sights Not Valid
Weight 14 oz
Finish Duo-Tone
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Double Action Only
Caliber 9mm
Barrel Length 3"
Capacity 6 + 1, 7 + 1 ( Grip Extension)
Safety No Manual Safety
Grips Black
Sights Adjustable
Weight 14 oz

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Reviewed By: thomas k on 06/01/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
buds as usual gets 5 stars......people that bash this gun on the internet can't possibly own one. took this gun to the range, 300 rounds cci both casings and american eagle no problems what so ever. lightweight gun slips into pants pocket with blackhawk no 3 holster, lightweight easy to carry, purchased a kahr 8 round back up mag worked flawlessly to,...lightest recoil 9mm i have in this weight will be replacing a ruger lc9. don't listen to the negative crap posted, this must just be jealous people that can't afford one. will load this with speer gold dot 124 grain short barrel for sd.

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Reviewed By: James W on 06/22/2012 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Great firearm. Shot first 200 rounds through it today at range. Great control over a sub compact. I was extremely surprised with how well made this firearm is. My hats off to Kahr and Buds who was great as usual.

Now I just need to leave the republic of NJ so I can actually carry it..

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Reviewed By: John G on 06/13/2012 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This is not only a well made, but a great shooting gun. Well balanced and very easy to carry, you can forget you have it on. This is a must have weapon, order your today, I have absolutely no disappointments with this one at over 800 round it's flawless I hope this helps as I was a sceptic. Additionally you will get a great price and fast shipping from Buds!

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Reviewed By: Paulette P on 01/15/2012 Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]

Love the trigger pull. Very smooth.
It is Still light weight even with a fully loaded magazine.
Perfect size for CCH.
Surprisingly mild recoil for a 9mm which is great because I am a woman.
Not too difficult to dismantle for cleaning.


1. Polymer Rails. VERY little stainless and only at the place where the hammer would be if it had one. From there forward, rails are PLASTIC (polymer).
2, If the magazine is fully loaded, the first round will NOT load and it has to be removed manually. I contacted KHAR and they told me to load the magazine with one less round. This does work, but IO don't see why this should have to be done to make the handgun fire correctly.

Another con, the slide if difficult to pull back to load ther chamber and seems tostick slightly half way back. definitely not a smooth action. Its ticks where the pin is located.

I don't like the sights. It is difficult for me to line up the dots so my accuracy is not as good as it should be.

All-in-all, I would reasearch small CCHs before I decided to buy the Kahr Pm9 9mm. If I had, I probably would not have bought it.

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Reviewed By: Clint G on 08/17/2011 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I bought my PM9 for CC use and I needed to break it in. I followed the prep thread over on the Kahr forums. I wasn't too concerned about accuracy. I mainly wanted to make sure it cycled flawlessly. Ammo I used was some Federal FMJ. I went through 200 rounds and all of them cycled flawlessly except one. I had a FTF and the slide locked back. When I checked the chamber the round was nose down in the magazine. I ejected the magazine and reinserted it. Released the slide and it fired every round after that without any more failures. Even though I wasn't focused on accuracy, I did check my groupings. At 7 yards I was getting groupings at about 6 inches and 7 inches at 10 yards. This gun has a fair amount of recoil and the trigger pull is long. It will take you some time to get used to it.

I was aware of this potential issue before I bought the gun. The issue is that you might have a problem with the bullet catching the slide lever causing the slide to lock back and a FTF. I had checked and it looked like clearance was good on both the range FMJ and defensive JHP I have. As such when I got home from the range I broke it down and filed down the slide lever ever so slightly. Now I just need to get back to the range to test it again to see if I get another failure. Don't worry though, if you're thinking about buying the PM9 don't let this throw you off. If you experience this problem you don't need to do what I did as you can just have Kahr send you another slide lever to resolve the issue.

Overall I'm VERY happy with the gun. However, I've decided I need more magazines to take to the range. Two just doesn't cut it.

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