Just put my first Kahr on Layaway

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      Just put my first Kahr on Layaway

      I just put my first Kahr on layaway this week. It is a K4043 Stainless .40 S&W.

      I have owned Glock, S&W Glock Clones, Taurus, Star Microstar, and currently own a Llama .45.

      The .45 is a little too large for me to CC, so I went to buy a smaller bore. I was going to buy a bersa or a kel tec, but wasn't happy with the smaller calibers.

      Then I saw this little Kahr .40 and fell in love.

      I can't wait to get her out.

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      I'm betting you are going to love it. I think that the little steel framed Kahrs are great. I wanted a K9 for years, and when I finally got one, I wasn't disappointed. I won't be letting mine go.

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      Just shot my MK9 for the first time today and I am in love! Great shooting little pistol, this is going to be a great summer time carry gun.

      I'm sure the K40 is going to be just as nice. Congrats

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      Be sure to follow the break-in period with the Kahr's as they are mdae very tight. After break-in, I have had no issues with my PM9.

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      ?

      What is the break in period?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Colossal Uprising View Post
      What is the break in period?
      The owners manual on mine said fire 200 rounds to make it 100% reliable. I put the first 75 rounds through mine today with no hiccups.

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      Sorry, been away for a few days. As timc indicates, the owners manual states 200 rounds. I shot WWB and Blazer Brass through mine for the break in period and if I remember correctly only incurred two to three fail to feed issues. I have between, 300 - 400 rounds through it now and have not had any issues since break-in.

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