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    I don’t need the finger rest mags on the T9. Will the flat base stainless pads off the other models work on the T9?

    thanks

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    Yes

    muggsy: Let's face it, being shot by a .380 will ruin anyone's day.

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    Thanks!

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    My P40 and P9 are similarly configured with ported barrels and O-rings with the flat metal bases. Kahr did sell black ones for a while... pricey at first, then dropped the plain black ones, but could use a black touchup pen by Birchwood Casey... does wear off, though.




    As I did with the P40, I put an O-ring on the magazine with the metal base plate to stop pinching. The 3/32" thick by 3/4" inner diameter neoprene O-ring fits and doesn't cause binding or loosening of the lockup of the magazine.



    15/16" to 3/32" by 3/4" on the label. The bottom mag has a 1/8" thick O-ring... too fat and prevents secure latching of the magazine.

    I just wish they had some metal bases for the .45's.


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    Again, thank you.

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    I've done the O-Ring trick to "Mind The Gap" * as well -- works slick!

    ( * A little UK humor for ya... )

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