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    New Pm9

    I bought a PM9 a few weeks ago. shot 150 nrounds thru it, not a hiccup. I put the agrip on it and metro night sights. I traded my S&W ultralight 357 for it. I am not disappointed.

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    Not being disappointed is what counts. That's why there are so many makes and models as not everybody likes or wants the same thing. You got a fine gun there in the PM9. Learn it,shoot it, and enjoy it. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyhooks View Post
    I bought a PM9 a few weeks ago. shot 150 nrounds thru it, not a hiccup. I put the agrip on it and metro night sights. I traded my S&W ultralight 357 for it. I am not disappointed.
    Awesome little gun! Between the Kahr PM9 and the KelTec P3AT, the J-frame Smiths are pretty well obsolete in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Barham at Galco View Post
    Awesome little gun! Between the Kahr PM9 and the KelTec P3AT, the J-frame Smiths are pretty well obsolete in my opinion.
    Horses may be obsolete, too.

    But they're still fun to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man View Post
    Horses may be obsolete, too.

    But they're still fun to ride.

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    ROTFLMAO I got to agree with you on that one Wandering Man. I still like to shoot and carry my .38's now and then. I shoot one of my guns in .38cal every time I go to the range. Old habits are just hard to break.

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    Gotta be honest, I still love those 38's too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man View Post
    Horses may be obsolete, too.

    But they're still fun to ride.
    Your definition of "fun" must differ from my own. Repeatedly launching 158gr +Ps from a 13 ounce revolver, with small sights and a heavy trigger, is not my idea of a good time. It's even less fun with 125gr Magnums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skyhooks View Post

    Mike,
    Thanks for serving for us in Afghanistan, I work for the VA and salute you guys every day!!
    No problem. Thanks for paying my bills and taking care of our vets!
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    Mike. My condolances on the loss of the AZ national Guard Soldier in your unit. I admire you and yours for your day to day sacrifices, and I mourn your loss. May he fight well and drink hard in Valhalla.
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