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Old 09-25-2009, 04:53 PM   #1
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Looking for info. on the Kharr 9mm. Quality ,price(approx.) and avalibality?

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Old 09-25-2009, 06:14 PM   #2
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Great carry guns and I've owned most of the models, E9, P9, K9, MK9, and PM9.

Very accurate, long but very smooth trigger pull, expensive magazines. Kahr's are not cheap, but there are deals to be had in the used market. Other than the CW series, expect to pay at least $500 for a good used one...

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I'm pretty sure i saw a P9 with a half dozen mags on thefiringline for about $650ish. It is a nice-looking pistol, but i have never used one.

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I have a CW9 and CW45. Both have been flawless. Like them a lot.

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I own a PM9 . Not cheap but you get what you pay for. Paid $595 NIB. I researched for a CCW and decided on the PM9. Absolutely no regrets. No problems right out of the box. And very accurate. I can shoot it as well as my FNP9 up to 10yards.
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now that is a nice piece. $595...not bad at all. looks in stunning condition.

what year? do they still make them? and how many rounds does it hold in clip?
Thanks...... I bought it this year. They are changing the design this year. New one has a safety The clip in the first picture is a 6+1 it also came with a 7+1. that you can see in this pic
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I just got a PM9 with black diamond slide. I got it used for about $485. Then I added Crimson Trace ($200) and put 300 rds through it ($90). Check out my thread:

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f15/eye-candy-my-new-kahr-pm9-18024/

I'd love to get a Kahr MK40! I'm not ready to branch away from 9mm yet.

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