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    I was not aware of the magazine issue but a K45 would be so heavy, one would just go with a 1911 variant, like I read elsewhere on this forum.

    Really, when was the last real innovation Kahr had? Was it 2005 with the Kahr P45?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkins45 View Post
    I would love to see Kahr make a 15 round double stack version of the P9. Sort of a Glock 19 but with the (IMO) superior Kahr trigger? Am I the only one? I would buy one as soon as it hit the shelves.
    Ill take one and sell my G43x and Shield Arms mags to pay for it.
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    Yep, K45 would be nice. Can't for the life of me figure out why Kahr hasn't already produced these. And I'd be ok with it in a double stack with say 10rds in the new KDS45

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    There are loads of twin-stack pistols on the market. That not in Kahr's wheelhouse and I welcome the thin grip. I would have not bought a Kahr in the first place if they were like all the others and I have bought eight.

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    This right here^^^
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    For me, the trigger is what makes a Kahr unique. There are plenty of skinny guns out there with triggers I don't care for, but few double stacks with a trigger like a Kahr.
    Man of steel - Kahr T9, SP101

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    But, nothing wrong with options right?

    I've owned guns from many manufacturers and enjoyed them. But there are others from those same manufacturers that I wouldn't care to own. But you might. That's what makes capitalism great, there's something for everyone regardless of whether or not Joe doesn't like what Jim does.

    I don't think anyone is suggesting that Kahr stop making what they make well...and I've owned more than eight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    For me, the trigger is what makes a Kahr unique. There are plenty of skinny guns out there with triggers I don't care for, but few double stacks with a trigger like a Kahr.
    I have an FNX45 (DA/SA), coming and I've read reviews which say it has a very smooth DA pull, some comparing it to that of a revolver. I'm not anticipating it will be as smooth as my Kahrs, but I'll let you know.

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    I like Jim just fine, he's a nut case but I still like him. Where did that come from?
    In Memory of Paul "Dietrich" Stines.
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    Cue sound of Head slap.

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    I was thinking about this choice thingy. Police and military don't have it. They pretty much say, "Here, there's your rifle and sidearm; get used to them." We get to engage in that endless quest for the perfect firearm that melds with our very being. I sometimes wonder if that's really best or not.
    Man of steel - Kahr T9, SP101

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