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Mountain William
01-28-2013, 09:27 PM
Jackie Gleason must have had a CW9, mine sure is sweet.
Just bought her last weekend because my Ruger p97dc was too large to carry all the time. Now don't get me wrong, I love that Ruger. The 45 gives me peace of mind, but I needed something smaller and after an extensive search and trying a bunch for the "feel" in my hand, the CW9 proved to be everything I hoped it would be.
I finally had a chance to shoot her yesterday. I slipped up to the top of the hill so I wouldn't upset my 4 legged neighbors too much. I only shot 12 rounds, just to see what she would be like. I was happy with the results, I need more practice, but was happy.
When I came back down the hill, my neighbor said I bet all the bullets went thru the same hole. I told him they must have, or I missed with the other 11 shots!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And made in the USA:Amflag2:
Now if I can just get used to that looooooooooong trigger pullllllll:amflag:

01-28-2013, 09:29 PM
Welcome to the forum, MW.

Welcome to the Kahrtalk forum supported by Kahr Arms.
Here are a few essential links and things to do BEFORE you take your new pistol to the range, and ESPECIALLY BEFORE taking it apart and trying to re-assemble it! The Kahr is a different designÖ 6-7 unique patents cover the Kahrs. Iím not trying to imply that you donít know anything about guns, but many donít know anything about the Kahrs and some of the things you can do to damage or cause malfunctions of your new, or new-to-you Kahr pistol.
First, if you donít have a manual, yet, or one didnít come with your pistol, you can download the pdf file here:
Impatient? Watch one of these videos FIRST! These videos can point out possible problem areas and emphasize correct procedures!
Take down and re-assembly videos:
T, TP, CW, P, & PM/CM Series:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=G2cZgVg_SwA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=G2cZgVg_SwA)
MK series:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...mSCnIOaUk#t=0s (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zXmSCnIOaUk#t=0s)
K series:
There are many links on fixing problems listed in several placesÖ under the New Member or Kahr Tech sub-forums.
A very handy one is the Kahr Lube Diagram:
Many of your questions can be answered in these areas and you can learn how your Kahr works and not damage it with improper handling.
Frequently asked questions: http://www.kahr.com/faq.asp?

There are many helpful members here most of the time who might be able to help you, but as anywhere, there are many opinions and not all are correct. Be mindful of this before doing anything drastic to modify your pistol!

Aka wyntrout

01-29-2013, 07:55 AM
Welcome to the forum from a relatively new Kahr owner from North Dakota. My little P380 runs like a champ, and while this is my first Kahr, it certainly will not be my last. Now I'm eyeing the K9.

01-29-2013, 08:30 PM
Sound like something that I'd hear from someone from West "by God" Virginia, William. There another member of this forum who's famous for his one hole groups, but "Jocko" shall remain nameless. Welcome aboard. Jfootin should be around shortly to give you your official CM9 club badge. Keep smiling.

01-29-2013, 10:22 PM
He doesn't have a CM9, Muggsy.

Welcome to the forum, Mountain William. :)

01-31-2013, 09:46 PM
Hello, Mountain William, and welcome from Missouri to a great forum. Good people and info here!

Take care, and best wishes to you and yours!