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    Default New T9 has serial number 1536

    I have seen some posts with folks asking about how many T9's have been made. Mine was made new in the last month and has serial number 1536. So, if they were introduced in 2002, that is just over a hundred a year. Just posting for general knowledge. I have only had it out once... need to go again soon. It looks so sad just sitting there.

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    What is the alpha prefix in the serial number? Mine is "PO". I think you are correct, that only a few are made each year, making it a great addition to anyone's "Kahr Kollection".

    Judging by today's left wing, looks like Senator Joe McCarthy was right after all.

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    Mine is PA. Perhaps each configuration type has its own range of serial numbers... night sights, bar dot sights, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian G View Post
    Mine is PA. Perhaps each configuration type has its own range of serial numbers... night sights, bar dot sights, etc.
    Oh no... mistyped! My prefix is also PA.

    Those are MMC target sights, one of three options when my early T9 was produced.
    Judging by today's left wing, looks like Senator Joe McCarthy was right after all.

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    Without a doubt, the T9 is the most elegant of all the Kahr pistols.

    It always reminded me of the overall lines of the S&W Model 39, which I always found to be a comfy shooter and an excellent pointer of a pistol.


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    Got it. So there have only been 1500+ made... pretty cool to own one!

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    Also a very nice looking machine. Thanks for sharing.

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    Just checked mine. PA 0329
    Sig P228, X5 L1
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJB View Post
    Without a doubt, the T9 is the most elegant of all the Kahr pistols.

    It always reminded me of the overall lines of the S&W Model 39, which I always found to be a comfy shooter and an excellent pointer of a pistol.

    I carried a 59 for many years. The 39 would have been a better choice for my hand size but I never got around to getting one. My uncle had one that I tried hard to get from him just a few years ago before he passed. He'd promised it to his son in law.
    Thing was absolutely mint, like hardly ever out of the box. Wanted it pretty bad but I guess I'm over it now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian G View Post
    Mine...has serial number 1536.

    I just picked up PA1502 today. If this thing shoots anywhere near as nice as it looks...we have a winner.

    I've owned 9 or 10 Kahr's over the years. Still have my P9, P45, PM45 and K9 as well. This seems to be a great addition...
    Last edited by varoadking; 02-07-2017 at 07:48 PM.

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