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    Default Old school Kahr pistols

    Well I guess it's appropriate....an older guy with older guns (as Kahrs go). I knew my K9 (AD00XX) was an early one, but after checking the serial number thread, I see my MK9 (GA09XX) is early production for that series. That makes both over 20 years old; I'm calling that old school as far as Kahrs go
    Here be the geezers:

    K9's serial number changed to protect the innocent

    Let's see yours!

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    Both may be old but both look far from wore out. That MK almost looks NIB.
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    I don't know if it's considered old school yet, but approaching 17 yrs. old.
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    I'm not sure how old this one is, but it is the old style dovetail. It wasn't getting any love on an auction, and the frame has been cerakoted.

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    gb6491, there seems to be a sheen on your K9, especially the grip screws. Is your gun one of the few that were coated with the "Black T" finish? That would then be a very early carbon steel black model. Mine is an early Black K9 but in the later very matte finish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ripley16 View Post
    gb6491, there seems to be a sheen on your K9, especially the grip screws. Is your gun one of the few that were coated with the "Black T" finish? That would then be a very early carbon steel black model. Mine is an early Black K9 but in the later very matte finish.
    It has a worn black oxide finish that has been touched up with cold blue and steel wool. I think that, some oil that is on it, and the lighting probably account for the sheen.
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