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Kahr pistols first made their debut in 1994 and were made entirely out of steel. Early models, such as the K9, were praised for their craftsmanship and accuracy, but being an all steel gun made them extremely heavy. Heavy is not something that is terribly desirable in a concealed carry gun, which was the market that Kahr was targeting. To help combat that problem, Kahr began to decrease the overall size of some new models, but found that they were still outside of the true market. Enter the PM (Polymer Micro) series of handguns, smaller or micro guns whose lower frame is a high impact polymer with a steel insert to help sturdy the frame and absorb some of the recoil. In 2004 Kahr introduce the PM9. The PM9 is a short recoil, breech lock, semi-automatic, DAO (double action only) pistol. Like many of the conceal carry pistols today, this neat little 9X19mm NATO firing pistol has no external safety on it. Of course there are internal safeties built into the gun and they are completely safe to carry.
Though this article is about the PM9 (9mm), there is a .40 cal version in that of the PM40, and also a .45ACP model that of course is appropriately called the PM45. Below you will find the specs for all three models.