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Kahr Arms CM9093 CM 9mm 3" 6+1 Textured Blk Poly Grip and Fr [CM9093]
by Pete G
Date Added: Sunday 30 October, 2011
Buds service once again is top notch. I ordered my CM9 last Monday at 8 PM, and my FFL in Ohio had it Thursday at noon. Just got back from the range where I put 200 rounds of Lawman 115 gr through the CM9. Overall the pistol shot great, I did have 6 FTF, although I attribute that to the econ grade ammo I was shooting. I put a box of Hornaday Critical Defense through with no issues. Each FTF occurred when the nose of the bullet got stock on the feed ramp at a 30 degree angle. If this continue, I will polish the feed ramp down a very small bit. Kahr recommends 200 rounds to break the pistol in, although I would say 400 - 500 is preferred before you use it as your EDC.
As far as CCW goes, I prefer to carry at the six o'clock position IWB, and I found the DeSantis #106 soft tuck is a great choice. The first few days it is extremely comfortable and snugly keep the pistol in place. I can run with this holster and I am not concerned with it breaking free.
If you are looking for a concealable reasonable priced CCW, this gun is it. As you can see, I rated it four stars as I need to get some more ammo through it to give it a more thorough review.
Happy Shooting and help vote our current Leader and Chief out of office ASAP!