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Thread: What's your favorite CW series Kahr for Conceal carry & why?

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    Default What's your favorite CW series Kahr for Conceal carry & why?

    I have a M&P Bodyguard 380, M&P Shield 9 & a Kahr CW40, I just instaled a Hogue Handall Jr. grip on the Kahr and before I thought I liked it, not I cant stop putting it down, it just fits in my hand better. My CW40 just replaced my Shield as my EDC.

    What's your EDC & why?

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    CM40, cuz it's small, light, bigger bullet, and I have one. I had a Bodyguard, hated the trigger, ammo was scarce and expensive, so I sold it to my sister.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldFatGuy View Post
    CM40, cuz it's small, light, bigger bullet, and I have one. I had a Bodyguard, hated the trigger, ammo was scarce and expensive, so I sold it to my sister.
    I'm considering adding a CW9 or CM9 to the stable soon. I do like my bodyguard, I havent experienced any issues with it however I have no problem trading it in for a new Kahr.

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    I have carried my Cm9 more do to weight and size, Shield 9, Cw45 might replace the Shield after break in.

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    Here's a pic of my CW40 on my last outing at the range, I put in 5 shots each at 3 yards, 7 yards, 10 yards and then 15 yards... slow fire, taking my time. Thought I did well.

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    I don't usually carry a CW Series, but when I do it's my CW45.

    90% of the time it's my CT380.
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    I think you did well too. I'm a big fan of minute of pie plate and that's much better than that for the most part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Armybrat View Post
    I don't usually carry a CW Series, but when I do it's my CW45.

    90% of the time it's my CT380.
    Just wanted to say thank you for you're flush fit magazine thread. Took my CW45 to the range for the first time. 100 rounds fired,50 federal 230gr fmj and 50 rem umc 230gr fmj. I had the stock 6 round mag and 3 checkmate 7 round mags, no jams all locked back on last round. I did trim the magazines and pushed the follower down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    I think you did well too. I'm a big fan of minute of pie plate and that's much better than that for the most part.
    +1. RonW did great. That's minute of dessert plate in my book.
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    CM9 every day carry in the pocket because it fits and best compromise: size/power/accuracy/ ergonomics/trigger. CW45 IWB when I do not pocket carry. Why? Because it is a .45, fits my hand well, easy to belt carry and at 20 yards I shoot it just as well as my full size 4" barrel polymer pistols. I like the sweet trigger pull and my aging eyes agree with the post /dot sights.

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