KAHR PISTOLS - REVIEWS AND ARTICLES

01 January 2013 / Published in Product Reviews
Time goes by quickly. It has been many years now since Justin Moon debuted his first Kahr pistol, the K9. That first trim Kahr has spawned a long line of popular concealed carry sidearms. The K9 quickly proved that it was no dog. My first one gave me 25-yard groups as tight as 1.88 inches
04 December 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
I have a few guns; guns for home defense, concealed carry, for fun, for sporting competition, and for hunting. The Kahr CM9 definitely fits right into the concealed carry profile, however it does it in a size and caliber which is a little unusual.   For my concealed carry guns, I have three main carry
11 November 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
When I first tested a Kahr K9 pistol several years ago, I was so impressed I immediately adopted it as my “go-to” concealed carry gun. The K9 was as light and compact as many .380 pistols then on the market, and it provided 9mm punch. A .40 S&W version was also available, but I went
01 November 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
Carrying a concealed handgun for personal defense is a balancing act. From a pure performance standpoint, we want a gun that shoots a large, potent caliber that maximizes our chances of stopping the fight. For ease of carry, we want something that is small, lightweight, and conceals well. And because we’re cost conscious, we also
21 October 2012 / Published in Product Reviews
The only thing I remember from second grade was my teacher. Mrs. Smith was meaner than a snake with a knot in her tail. I don’t believe that a day went by that she didn’t take one of my hands, palm up, and bend my finger tips toward the floor in preparation for several whacks
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

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