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Kahr Arms CM9093 CM9 6+1 9mm 3"
by Cory W Date Added: Saturday 09 June, 2012
I would like to start off by saying this is sexy little gun. I'm a larger guy, and I have had people tell me that I have gorilla hands. This gun felt great in my hand. My pinky hangs off, but I just tuck it under the magazine, and I don't feel it compromises my grip. I picked this up from my local FFL, which also happens to have a gun range, and went out to shoot it right out of the box. I was going to break it down and give it a good lubing, but it was already lubed from the factory. I fed this thing 235 rounds of mixed ammo. I fed it about 6 different kinds of ammo from cheap FMJs, to high end defensive rounds. Every single round fed and fired without a hitch. I even started loading magazines with all different types of ammo randomly mixed in trying to trip it up, but this little thing ate everything I fed it. I bought this to be my primary concealed carry weapon, and it hasn't disappointed me. Recoil is a bit snappy, but this is to be expected in a gun this size, and in no way is it unmanageable. Do yourself a favor and pick up some spare mags. My thumb took a beating repeatedly loading the single 6 round mag that came with it. It is both shorter and thinner than my Glock 26, but the single stack magazine holds less rounds. The Glock is a good gun, but can be difficult to conceal in light clothing. I had a few issues when attempting to load a round by slingshotting the slide. Rounds load perfectly from the slide back position. After about 150 rounds it became easier to slingshot. This isn't a big deal for me. My first round will be loaded under no stress conditions. In the unlikely event that I find myself in a gun fight, the slide will already be locked back after emptying the first magazine. I plan to shoot it several more times with different ammo just to make sure I trust it completely before it replaces my Glock 26 as my primary concealed carry. So far, I couldn't be more pleased with it.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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