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Kahr Arms CM9093 CM9 6+1 9mm 3"
[CM9093]
$334.00
by Bruce C Date Added: Thursday 08 November, 2012
Very pleased with this pistol. I find the size perfect for carry and frankly, the pistol fits well in my hand (my finger is a bit long for the trigger reach, but doesn't seem to be a problem. Based on disassembly, cleaning and use, the firearm is extremely well made. At the range I fired 150 rounds of WWB with no failures of any kind. I did have one magazine fail to engage when I inserted it, as I neglected to have the first cartridge fully seated to the back of the mag, causing the tip of the bullet to catch during insertion. My bad, not the weapon. The trigger is extremely smooth and is quite long. If I concentrate with a support for slow fire, The pistol shoots a ragged hole about 1" low at 12 yards. If I shoot offhand, one or two handed grip, faster fire (and without any support), I consistently shoot low - at 12 yards, about 5" low. From what I am now reading, this is common, and is a function of getting used to the trigger pull. As with any self defense weapon, practice is the key.

I did experience the common problem of mags not dropping free during the range session. Interestingly, they ARE dropping free now that I am home. We'll see if it lasts. Overall, I am perfectly pleased with the pistol and find it quite a hand cannon, but much more comfortable to shoot than my Keltec P3AT - I can usually only put 50 rounds through that in a session, whereas putting hundreds through the Kahr is not an issue. I do have rubber grip sleeves on both pistols

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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