Last Thursday, I went to the range to shoot a few hundred rounds through my daily carry weapon, a Kahr PM9. I have had this gun about 9 months and have put maybe 500 rounds through it without any issues. It was lightly used when I got it and I believe was made in '07 or '08. Here is what happened at the range. I usually shoot up one of my SD mags just to make sure all is still feeding right. Using Hornady Critical defense. I could not get through the 1st mag before something happened. Here is what occurs. 1. Lock slide back 2. Insert mag 3. Release slide 4. Fire 5. New round in chamber 6. Pull trigger all the way back but no fire. The trigger just pulls back without engaging anything. This process can be repeated. Had the range officer check it as well and same thing. He suggested that be sent back to Kahr or have a gunsmith look at it. You can imagine what my thoughts were in regard to being able to trust this gun. This was not related to a jam, for FTF or FTE. There was a issue with the trigger not resetting properly. I called Kahr on Friday and got a RA. It is still in warranty. Kahr called today and said they could not find anything wrong with the gun. They said they shot 6 mags through it without any issues. I explained to them that I have zero confidence in this gun now. How can I carry a gun that repeatedly fired one round and then would not fire but the problem is completely unknown. I asked them if there are any parts related to the trigger, etc that should be replaced anyway considering what occurred... He said that the gun is functioning just fine and they can't replace parts if nothing is wrong. They said they would clean it really good and then send it back. I really did not know what else to say or do while on the call. Got any ideas on what to do? Ever see this before? I am wondering if I should try to get in touch with someone higher up or write a letter.