My first encounter with Kahr was at the range. Someone let me shoot his brand-new Kahr, and I let him shoot something of mine. It was a .40, but I don't remember the exact model. It occasionally didn't go all the way back into battery, but the owner had said they sometimes require a break-in period. It was fun to shoot, though.
My next encounter was indirect. I met a guy who owned a Kahr. The first rounds he ever fired out of it were in self-defense. A couple of guys tried to rob him as he was going into his shop. He killed the first guy and one got away. So that gun didn't seem to need a break-in period.
Unfortunately, the shop owner was himself shot during the fracas. The first bad guy's gun went off as he hit the ground, and the round hit the owner in the chest. He was in a medically induced coma for a while. They brought him out of it just in time to celebrate his son's birthday. Then for his first outing, a friend took him to the range. So both my Kahr stories center around the same range.