KAHR PISTOLS - REVIEWS AND ARTICLES

01 March 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
Ever since Kahr introduced their CM9 pocket pistol about a year ago, people have been asking for an equivalent pistol chambered for the 40 S&W cartridge. Kahr already produces the almost identical PM40, but like the comparison between the PM9 and the CM9, the CM40 is a lower-priced version of the dandy little PM40. The PM/CM pistols are Kahr’s
08 January 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
Back when revolvers dominated the scene, choosing a smaller handgun for self-defense was pretty much a no-brainer. Uniformed law enforcement officers, by and large, carried medium- or large-framed service revolvers, and it was only logical that they embrace similar technology when dressed in soft clothes. Snub revolvers from Colt and Smith & Wesson were the
04 January 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
Guns Details Through their polymer-framed pistols have been very popular for their price point, Kahr Arms has a full line of solid steel pistols. Recently, I had the good fortune to work with the model K9. This particular semi-automatic pistol arrived with a matte black stainless steel finish. The K9 has a 3.5-inch barrel with
13 December 2011 / Published in Product Reviews
The first 9mm handgun that I ever owned was the S&W Model 39. I carried that gun on-duty as a private investigator for a long time. I had a lot of confidence in that gun. And, back then, it was considered a real light-weight pistol at around 28 ounces, and it held 8+1 rounds of
04 September 2011 / Published in Product Reviews
High quality, low cost. This is a realistic pocket gun. It was not long ago that most people who carried guns for a living shunned the 9mm. However, modern ammunition and bullet design have changed the minds of many, and now the 9mm has resurged as a popular self-defense round. Just as well, demand is
13 June 2011 / Published in Product Reviews
Kahr Arms came on the scene in 1995 with their innovative 9mm K9 pistol, when designer Justin Moon felt that the existing crop of semiauto pistols was not especially well suited for concealed carry and set out to build a better one. A little more than a decade and a half later, Kahr offers the
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