Originally Posted by UnderFire
I own 2 Kahr handguns (CW40 & P380), what I have noticed using a small handgun will require you to get-in-touch with the snubbie side. The relatively long (but not very heavy) DA trigger pull, combined with the short barrel and sight radius, require that one will have to exercise proper follow-through. Given the small size of the pistol relative to one's hands, close attention to follow-through is needed.
Glad to hear you're enjoying your new Kahr.
I carry mine on a regular basises.
Yep, back to basics for me. I especially need to train myself to follow that front sight as it comes back down onto target. Plus I need to train my trigger finger to hold for a moment longer before releasing for the next trigger pull. I'm sure that my loss of some follow-through fundamentals was the cause of my loos of grip.
Thanks for bringing that into the conversation!
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