KAHR PISTOLS - REVIEWS AND ARTICLES

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
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
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

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