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Thread: Cm9 & bhp

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Jax, Fla

    Default Cm9 & bhp

    I took my CM9 and my '87 Browning Hi Power Mark II out today for a workout. As I narrow down my herd to those guns I shoot best and that feel best in my hand, these are the 9mms I like. One for carry, one for anything else. After shooting the BHP the little Kahr feels like I'm holding a small bird in my hand. A delicate grip helps accuracy more than a tight grip. The muzzle may flip more, but it stays on target better. I tried both for groups at 5, 10, and 15 yards and there wasn't that much difference! It wasn't my best day of shooting, I'm getting over a cold and not 100% yet, so I know I can group the Hi Power better, but to have the little CM9 group as well as it did was very pleasing.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2010


    I often think about narrowing down my herd but havenít made the move yet. Other than a XD9 service model I canít decided what I want to move. Too many donít get shot enough but about everything I have left is a good shooter.
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2018


    It is hard to find fault with either a CM9 or a BHP.

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