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internal safeties

Discussion in 'Kahr Club' started by olympicmotors, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. olympicmotors


    May 24, 2009
    What kind of internal safties do Kahrs have? Do they have a plunger that keeps the striker from contacting the primer like a Glock? What about if the gun is dropped, is it drop safe? I assume the striker is not "half cocked" like a glock when the slide is pulled back, so is it a true double action only trigger pull every time? Has anyone on this forum ever had a kahr fire unintentionally ? I really like these little guns and am looking at buying a PM 40 soon to replace my model 27 Glock.
  2. The striker is partially cocked when the weapon in in battery. They passed the Calif drop test, they're good to go.