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Discussion in 'Kahr Club' started by glockess56, Apr 13, 2010.

  1. glockess56

    glockess56 CLM

    Mar 30, 2004
    Dublin, Ohio
    I hear about PM9s/40s and P9s/40s and some Ks. What can you tell me about a Kahr CW9?
  2. I can tell you about the one I have. I have about 800 rds thru my CW9, and have yet to have a single problem with it. I ran only FMJ thru it for the first 200 rd break-in period, and have since found it to have no problem with several different HP defense rounds as far as feeding , firing, or ejecting. It is compact, very easy to carry, but the grip frame is just large enough to allow me a comfortable 3-finger hold on the weapon. The recoil spring is stiff when new, and I followed the suggestion in the manual to use the slide stop when chambering a round during the break-in period. I have since found at the range, I have had no troubles racking the slide to chamber with good technique. Break down and re-assembly is easy, and it is more than accurate enough for defensive purposes at defensive distances. (10-15 yds). I carry it often, and am as confident as you can be of a mechanical device that it will be reliable if needed. The grip checkering can be a little irritating during extended range sessions, but I added a slip-on Kwikgrip sleeve, and it is very comfortable to shoot.
    Last edited: Apr 13, 2010

  3. greenjeans


    May 28, 2007
    South Carolina
    May be the best value in a Kahr out there. Mine has been great and I carry it a lot. Feeds anything.
  4. scwine

    scwine ^%(#@$^!!!!!!!

    Jul 16, 2007
    New Braunfels, TX
    ^^^^Exactly what the 2 previous posted said.
  5. JohnJak

    JohnJak sadly spent

    Mar 7, 2005
  6. Agree!
  7. glockess56

    glockess56 CLM

    Mar 30, 2004
    Dublin, Ohio
    I did buy this Kahr at a great price used. It was great, because Kahr's are usually a little expensive. I shot it and it is accurate and feels great to shoot. Now, I need a holster for the little thing, and I'm thinking of an IWB one. I've never had an IWB before, but the concept sounds great. Thanks for all the imput from Glocktalk, I great appreciete it.