I have a Kahr P380 "California approved" model. The gun is BEAUTIFULLY made and has the lightest, smoothest trigger of ANY pistol I've ever handled. The P380 is LIGHT, THIN, and compact in all dimensions!
When brand new it would malfunction about once every shot! Then it would malfunction about once every - two shots, then it got up to malfunctioning once every...well it never got past every two shots.
So, being a "builder of guns" myself I decided to speed up the process of wasting ammo to eventually make a gun reliable. I did a little honing work here and there...clearly Kahr's extractor design contributes to "reluctant" feeding...and after being "massaged" the gun now works like a champ! I think too that the P380 was never intended to shoot ball ammo...but seems to prefer HP with a shorter OAL that lets the rim engage into the extractor earlier in the chambering cycle...
Overall the Kahr P380 is TOP SHELF!