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Kahr Arms CM9093 CM 9mm 3" 6+1 Textured Blk Poly Grip and Fr [CM9093]
by david s
Date Added: Sunday 14 August, 2011
All I can say is WOW! First gun I ordered from Buds and I will be purchasing more in the future! Now onto the firearm. The Kahr CM-9 is a great CCW and can be carried in an IWB and due its size you can even carry it in the pocket. I have done both and with the right holsters the gun disappears. After a couple of range trips, and over a 1k round count, I can attest that recoil is pretty mild except when loaded with high grain +p loadings. I found that my 147 grain ball was actually producing more felt recoil than my 115 grain +p loadings. Trigger pull is extremely long but does not stack towards the end of the pull. Some issues with the trigger break as it took awhile for my muscle memory to get used to the length of pull and break point. Fit and finish where good, being a polymer gun I always go over it and clean and remove little cnc leftovers if needed. This gun did not need anything except a good cleaning as it was packed in alot of gun oil. Other than that it was good to go, also the gun I got came with what appeared to be a polished feedramp and chamber. I dont know if kahr is starting to do this as a standard feature on this gun or not but it is an almost mirrior finish. I had absolutely no issues with FTF or FTE or misfires or any issues of any nature as my particular firearm ran 100% from the start. Accuracy is was you'd expect from a sub-compact firearm I was printing around 2 inch groups off hand at 25 yards if I took my time. I even had a few 5 shot strings touching. Overall I was very impressed and it is now my primary CCW. Only thing that sucks is that my hands are so large that i can only get my middle finger on the grip. To remedy this I added a grip extension on the girp and also carry a larger capacity mag as a spare. As a police officer friend once told me you "carry more heat than texas in july". I view it this was if I need more than 15 rounds im not in some $#!^. I'm in deep $#!^