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Old 11-11-2012, 15:53   #1
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Oops!

I went to the gunshow yesterday not looking for anything special. Saw a good deal on a new CM9 and bought it. Got home and began to tear it down for initial cleaning/lube and noticed it was a CM40. So I had to go back out today and exchange it. Got my CM9 home and cleaned/lubed and filled out the warranty online. I can't wait to shoot it later in the week.tom.
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Old 11-11-2012, 21:47   #2
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double post, my oops!

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Old 11-11-2012, 21:53   #3
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Glad you ended up with the CM you wanted in the first place.
Do you think the Oops was intentional on the part of the Dealer/Seller? Lube up, cycle the slide numerous times, take to the range & enjoy!!
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Old 11-12-2012, 05:24   #4
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Glad you ended up with the CM you wanted in the first place.
Do you think the Oops was intentional on the part of the Dealer/Seller? Lube up, cycle the slide numerous times, take to the range & enjoy!!
I'm glad I got it too. I think his helper didn't know what box she picked up. It's cleaned ,lubed and hand-cycled. I'm going to break it in within the next few days. tom.
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:55   #5
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Ever since I almost left a gunshow with an M&P9 that had the mag disconnect in it (I didn't want that model) I always open the box and check before I leave the table. Glad they were able to exchange it. I guess you had to fill out paperwork again?
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Old 11-12-2012, 17:40   #6
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Ever since I almost left a gunshow with an M&P9 that had the mag disconnect in it (I didn't want that model) I always open the box and check before I leave the table. Glad they were able to exchange it. I guess you had to fill out paperwork again?
I won't make this mistake again. The vendor is a friend so no problems involved. And yes all paperwork had to be redone. This and another thirty miles worth of gas, but I did get to do some more shopping.tom.
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Old 12-02-2012, 21:15   #7
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Congrats on your new Kahr.

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Old 12-03-2012, 18:21   #9
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Old 12-04-2012, 10:20   #10
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Congrats but
The OP acquired an umodified, new CM9. It won't look any different than any other CM9. Why do you need to see a picture of it?
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Congrats on your new Kahr.

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Thanks and to the others, sorry no pictures. tom.
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Old 12-08-2012, 09:42   #12
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I purchased a Kahr CM40 this week and let me tell you it is a "hand cannon". I absolutely love this little gun. I have put 200+ rounds through it and it has been 100% out of the box. I was even shooting mixed magazines where I would load 180gr FMJ and 180gr JHP in the same mag within the first 20 rounds and it just won't quit. I added a Pearce grip extension to aid in controlling the gun and it shoots fantastic. This is my first Kahr pistol and the build quality on these guns really impressed me. Fantastic little carry pieces.
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Old 12-09-2012, 19:41   #13
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I purchased a Kahr CM40 this week and let me tell you it is a "hand cannon". I absolutely love this little gun. I have put 200+ rounds through it and it has been 100% out of the box. I was even shooting mixed magazines where I would load 180gr FMJ and 180gr JHP in the same mag within the first 20 rounds and it just won't quit. I added a Pearce grip extension to aid in controlling the gun and it shoots fantastic. This is my first Kahr pistol and the build quality on these guns really impressed me. Fantastic little carry pieces.
Congrats on the new pistol. tom.
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Old 12-17-2012, 10:16   #14
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If this sounds dumb forgive me but what is the difference between the CM & PM 9's?

The numbers look similar on the Kahr site.

Glad to hear you got the model you were looking for.
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If this sounds dumb forgive me but what is the difference between the CM & PM 9's?

The numbers look similar on the Kahr site.

Glad to hear you got the model you were looking for.

The differences between the PM and CM series are as follows:

1.The CM has an MIM slide lock and the PM has a forged one
2.The PM has polygonal rifling and the CM has traditional rifling.
3.The CM models have laser etched markings instead of roll markings.
4.The CM models have a pinned front sight instead of a dovetailed front sight on the PM models.
5. The CM models only come with 1 magazine.

The CM models sell for about $250 less than the PM models. I found my CM model, which I bought for $368.00, to be a damn fine gun.
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Congrats on the new pistol. tom.

I've added rubber Talon grips and a PJ IWB holster. These Kahr pistols are vastly underrated IMO.
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Old 12-22-2012, 09:38   #17
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Thanks for taking time to point out the difference R.TOKER
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The differences between the PM and CM series are as follows...
6. The PM series slides have some additional machining to improve their cosmetic appearance.
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Old 12-23-2012, 12:55   #19
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This CM9 is a dream to carry and shoots well too. tom.
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Old 12-23-2012, 19:30   #20
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Monroeville, Mills, or Washington? I havn't been going to many laltely so I lost track of the schedules... would have been worth it to see what kind of crowds and how much price gouging..
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