KAHR PISTOLS - REVIEWS AND ARTICLES

Thursday, 13 September 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
Kahr Firearms https://www.kahr.com/P380The best gun to have in a gunfight is the one you chose to take with you that day. This is why small pistols are so popular. They are light and pocketable, so people actually carry them. But small pistols are also something of a conundrum. Smaller and lighter is better for concealed
Monday, 27 August 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
I’ve always been a big fan, of little guns – that pack some serious knock down power. I remember first reading about the (then) new Kahr Arms 9mm pistol, and whoever wrote about it claimed the double-action only trigger was butter smooth. Well, it wasn’t until about five years ago, that I actually saw my first Kahr
Tuesday, 01 May 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
Compact used to be the definition for a small handgun. Now we have subcompact, ultra-compact and micro-compact. And then we have the new Kahr CM9, a little more than .380 ACP-sized pistol that carries 6+1 rounds of 9mm in a package small enough to unobtrusively conceal in a pocket holster or almost totally disappear tucked
Wednesday, 04 April 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
The popularity of micro and sub-compact .380 ACP pocket pistols is well established, but there is an increasing trend toward making similar-size guns for the more powerful 9 mm Luger cartridge. Kahr Arms, a longtime leader in manufacturing high-quality compact pistols, has offered its popular polymer-frame PM9 since 2003, but now the firm has introduced a
Thursday, 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
Sunday, 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

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