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Or is it a K9 with a 6+1 grip size?

I love my MK9. It fits nicely at 1:00 in a highnoon IWB. Forget it's there. It shoots like a dream and conceals nicely. I think the extra 1/2" on the barrel would help with accuracy at distance.

Has Kahr ever made such a gun? (No, per my reading)

I have seen the threads where folks have cut down their P9 to make grip lengths fitting their MK9 mags. Has anyone ever done this with a K9? THis would cut of fthe lower grip screw, I think, and I'm wondering if the frame would remain sound and have a spot to set a new screw/bushing.

Why is the K9 the only SS pistol in their line-up that requires upgrade to "elite" to get away from the NYPD trigger?

ETA: this therad at kahr talk has a photo of a "covert" converted K9 http://kahrtalk.com/k-series-pistols/1504-ever-k9-covert.html






ETA2 Now that I know the "covert" lingo, a search of this site has provided much to read. . . Processing. . .



Would someone post a pic of their K9 with the grip off? I promise not to leer.
 

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Oh well, thanks traveler.

Can anyone comment on the difference in grip/frame shape between the P9 and MK9, other than length? i.e., would a self-coverted P9 feel the same in the hand as a MK9, including grip, trigger placement, trigger guard, etc?

Forgetting the weight difference form a 'carry" point of view, how much of a difference does the plymer frame make in shooting? My MK9/mag weighs 24oz, and a P9/mag weighs 17oz. I certainly don't notice a difference from my first to last shot in a mag, weight-wise.
 
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