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New PM9

Discussion in 'Kahr Club' started by BobRicks, Jun 22, 2010.


  1. BobRicks

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    I bought a PM9 a couple of weeks ago at a Dallas gun show, and just now got around to shooting it. From 7 yards, the first three shots were two touching holes. That is great shooting for me! The groups loosened up a bit, but after 100 rounds including Win. Ranger and my FMJ reloads, I was very impressed with this little pistol. I will make another trip in the next couple of weeks and shoot at least another 100 rounds through it, and then I think it will become my EDC gun. I was surprised at how good I was shooting it. Think I am gonna love it.
     

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  2. deathpriest

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    Congrats....

    Yes you will
     

  3. pokey074

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    The F.O. Man

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    They are surprisingly accurate for how tiny they are.
     
  4. NoComp

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    The Shootist

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    As you get used to it and the trigger, it'll get better and faster.

    Enjoy!
     
  5. 07hemi4me

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    Congrats on the New PM9.

    I purchased one back in April to replace my Keltec P3AT as my pocket gun, and it has worked out great. I have 700 rds thru it now.
     
  6. medezyner

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    I too replaced my P3AT with the PM9 and havent looked back. I cant believe how accurate this little pistol is. The trigger is smooth, but it took about 100 rounds for my groups to tighten. All that shooting with 1911 style handguns had to be modified.