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Thread: New Kahr S Series debuted at NRA

  1. #31
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    Yes Wynn you seam to have bad luck. I love the history of Boomer, RIP. I can't say enough good things about my two PM45's. I favor the older, shorter slide over the current version. I have 12, 5 and 6 round mags with zero problems. All have the original springs. Wolff has an 18 coil mag spring for a 1911.
    KP3833N, PM9093N, PM4544N old slide, PM4543N, TP4543, XD9SC, P22, Just Right Carbine 45 ACP marine takedown, Glock 41

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    Well, I put Wolff +5% 9mm/.40 mag springs in 3 of my 6 7-round .45 mags. They are 18 coils and seem to be the same size coils... a PITA to install, especially after the first when I remembered to lightly oil the springs. That sure helped install them a lot... NOT! I did cuss a bit.

    I'm going to the range to try my new P45 again after threadlocking the SL screw a few weeks ago.

    I hope I get the results that I want today.

    USAF Retired '88, NRA Life Member. Wife USAF Retired '96
    Avatar: Wynn re-enlists his wife Desiree, circa 1988 Loring AFB, ME. 42nd BMW, Heavy (SAC) B-52G's
    Frédéric Bastiat’s essay, The Law: http://mises.org/books/thelaw.pdf

    Thomas Jefferson said

    “A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have.”
    and

    "Peace is that brief glorious moment in history when everybody stands around reloading".

  3. #33
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    Finally, a new model of Kahr!

    Um, not exactly.


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