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Discussion in 'Kahr Club' started by fra3, Dec 24, 2009.

  1. fra3


    Aug 12, 2008
    Went out to the range today with a few hundred rounds of 380 and boy was I happy about what I found out. I picked up a Kahr P380 for my Christmas gift :whistling:. This little blaster shoots wonderful with very minimal muzzel flip. Went through some PMC FMJ's and half a box of Corbon copper only hollows. I thought it would have had alot more kick for being so tiny but I was wrong. This p380 is a very good little gun for anyone who is in the market for a quality pocket 380. The more I inspect it the better the design is to me. Two thumbs up from me f3
  2. +1 exactly. My has been flawless not even one glitch in the first 200 rounds!

  3. NMGlocker

    NMGlocker BOOM headshot

    Jun 29, 2001
    New Mexico
    My trigger broke in the first 200 rounds.
    It was flawless for 180 rounds then over the last 20 rounds the trigger required more and more travel to release the striker.
    Finally it got to the point that the trigger could be pressed all the way back and nothing would happen.
    It cost me $50 to return it to Kahr.
    We'll see what they do to make it right.
  4. Linux3


    Dec 31, 2008
    Save your shipping receipt and let Kahr customer support know. They refunded my shipping costs.
  5. NMGlocker

    NMGlocker BOOM headshot

    Jun 29, 2001
    New Mexico
    I requested a couple of spare magazines to offset my shipping cost.
  6. mesteve2


    Mar 2, 2001
    I carry a .45 caliber only because I care enough to send only the best .

    Hey, come on stop the bad guy fast.
  7. viniglock

    viniglock GLOCKS-N-KAHRS

    Jan 30, 2008
    Police State (FL)
    I have sent my CW45 to Kahr twice for repair and they paid for the shipping both ways. FedEx even came to my house to pick it up, I gave them a guilt trip(no out pocket for me). And if the firearm should fail again under warranty, it will be on their dime again.
  8. tim43


    Dec 10, 2005
    600 rounds through mine and still running great!
  9. mitchg233


    Dec 30, 2007
    Evidently the Texas standards are very low.
  10. fra3


    Aug 12, 2008

    I can stop the BG fast with a .22 short. .380 is just icecream money for me.:tongueout: :supergrin: I have a few .45's too and 10mm if I think I might encounter a meth head who wants my wallet, but none that I can hide as easily as the p380. It is all about shot placement (and I know that goes out the door when your in the ***** and your hands are shaking and your vision blurs from stress ect.) but I have been in the ! plenty and never faltered(knock on wood). Buffalo Bore .380 for the win! BUT, I do know what you mean, and if they made a .45 in the size this pistol is I would carry nothing else, but there in lies the problem concealability comes with a price. I am just willing to pay it. f3
  11. fra3,

    Very well said! What to do when you can't hide a 45? carry what you can and make every shot count.