P-380 I polished barrel and the sides of the slide, and installed the Big dot night sights.
PM40 with Hogue Handall Jr. installed
My summer carry rotation, Kahr P-380, PM 40 and Rohrbaugh R9s
Very accurate CW40!
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I rotate these two Kahr's for EDC..........................
My tack Driver P45..........................
and my EDC Kahr PM9
Kahr PM9 with modified Pearce grip extension.
Me and my CM9
My TP-9 and no it's not a custom built on a Kahr P frame or cut down. This is one of the original TPs when they first came out with MMC target adjustable rear sight. Up to just a couple months ago, this was my daily carry along with the two knives picture with it. I now carry either a ATI FX45 GI1911 Commander or a Chiappa Rhino 200DS with these two knives. With all the craziness happening I wanted a little more stopping power and though I don't doubt that the TP could deliver with the 147 +P that I carried in it. The heavier bullets just give me a little more peace of mind especially when my family is with me.
Hello all, I just 4 days ago purchased a brand new KAHR CW-40 and I was wondering can any of you all give me some do's and don'ts with this gun please. Also is it a good gun and did I waste my money. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
PS- I purchased this gun for carrying after I get my license to do so.
Hi John what did you use to polish your CW40? I just purchased a brand new one and love the looks of yours.
Thank you sir.
Kahr CW45 and extras.
I have the MK40 and in my opinion it's the best concealed carry weapon on the market, all stainless, flat as a pancake and probably the smallest large caliber semi auto handgun you can buy. I've carried it every day since I bought it. The only negative is the plastic recoil spring assembly, which I replaced with a Wolff non-captive assembly that allows you to change springs and of different weights. I chose to stick with the factory weight spring, which works fine. I don't understand why manufacturers use captive spring assemblies as the entire unit has to be replaced instead of just the springs. THANK YOU WOLFF!!