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Thread: New to me (but old) PM9

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    Hey all, long time since I've posted, haven't owned a Kahr in a while. Just got this PM9 on a trade. I'll admit that I didn't know it was an older one when I got it. Serial # puts it a 2004 production (I think). It cleaned up really well (was kinda neglected when I got it in appearance) and it shoots fantastic! Shows little wear really. Perfectly reliable on the first range trip through 100 rounds of mixed range ammo, and very accurate. I love it. I'm a little frustrated that the dovetail on the slides apparently changed around 2005 I think (didn't know until after I got it) and I am apparently limited on my night sight selection because of it. I really need a new set of sights as the ones on this PM9 are burned out and the guy I got it from said he painted in the sights with white paint. Suggestions on night sights that are available still for this old style dovetail are appreciated. Thanks!
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    Also, is this one a "blunt nose" PM9 as I have seen referred to on here?
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    I thought the trigger felt good in this little guy! 10 pull average on the Lyman was 5.5lb.
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    Nice pistol. Congratulations!

    The trigger in my CM9 is also about 5.5 lbs albeit a little creaky.

    Check the Kahr website for night sights. I thought I saw that they have some for the older models.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR View Post
    Nice pistol. Congratulations!

    The trigger in my CM9 is also about 5.5 lbs albeit a little creaky.

    Check the Kahr website for night sights. I thought I saw that they have some for the older models.
    Thanks for the reply. Fortunately my trigger doesn't "creak". I saw the Trijicon ones on Kahr's website just now. Thanks for the referral there.

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    That is a blunt nose. Many prefer it over the newer style. It looks like a good one to me. Cleaned up nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    That is a blunt nose. Many prefer it over the newer style. It looks like a good one to me. Cleaned up nice.
    Thanks!

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    Do you know what year they stopped using the blunt nose?

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    I can't say for positive sure.
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    The switched the slide when the CM9 came out. Not sure of the date.
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