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Thread: CM9 @ Grabagun for $242

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    Default CM9 @ Grabagun for $242

    Last night, the price was $235.

    https://grabagun.com/kahr-arms-cm9-9...-magazine.html


    -Wlf

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    That is an outstanding steal.
    A man can never have too much red wine, too many books, or too much ammunition
    -Rudyard Kipling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armybrat View Post
    That is an outstanding steal.
    Probably the best deal in firearms right now. Dang, I just bought another gun, the other day. Wish I had seen this. Fantastic deal!

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    I'm seeing a lot of CM9's and PM9's for sale used right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wally1 View Post
    I'm seeing a lot of CM9's and PM9's for sale used right now.

    I recently bought a second CM9 a used Pistol that was in New Condition, However, if they have some deal like this after Christmas I will most definitely pounce on one. Lol, and some folks out there spending $500.00 for some Micro 9mm's that IMO are not as nice as the Kahr. And certainly not the light carry weight, and still shooting so mild.

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    Those are good prices. Given the prices of some 9mm firearms (Shield, PPS, EC9S, etc) $300 or less for a CM9 seems about right to me.

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

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    These prices on new CM9's make trading one in, or selling one outright when you want to try something new, virtually impossible.
    As a result I quit worrying about letting my CM9 go, and decided it would be fun to put a little money into it and see if I could wind up with a "new gun" after all.
    I've been delving into aftermarket offerings for the CM9 this year and like the modified gun I have now better than the one that came out of the box. It's also afforded me the perfect excuse (as if one was needed) to get my butt out to the range and run a LOT of rounds through the gun since every new modification had to be extensively field tested.

    Not quite done, but getting close and enjoying the journey A LOT.

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    GUIDO4198 has nailed the issue exactly ---and this has been a blessing for me. All my 82 years I have done this---get bored with a firearm and BECAUSE I was never well heeled enough financially,
    I would "trade" the present firearm in for something new. I have lost a lot of money, and lost lots of
    wonderful firearms that I wish I still owned. My Kahr CM9 has finally "cured" my problem. I love it!!
    "No Matter Where You Go----There You Are !!"

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    i paid 249.9 for the one I ordered, still a good price. GAG

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