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Old 12-30-2009, 01:21 PM   #11
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I think Ringo (OP) was a drive-by questioner.

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Old 12-31-2009, 02:05 AM   #12
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I owned a PM40 for a short time and it was not a fun gun to practice with. I find .40 in the tiny platforms difficult to shoot accurately and just to much for the platform. Same thing with .357 in the tiny & light revolvers. The PM9 on the other hand is a very nice pocket gun - if you have large pockets...
That's where the 7.3 oz more for the MK 40 might help ease the recoil pain. My early experiences with nasty recoil started with 6" barreled SA revolvers so a light weight .40 pistol probably wouldn't bother me too much. I presently own a Charter Arms .44 Bulldog which has a pretty stiff recoil as it parallels some of the .45 ACP loads. What I figure is that in a firefight situation with adrenalin flowing at max it's doubtful recoil will be much of an issue.
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Kahr PM9. Great in the pocket or on the belt. Break it in correctly and you will love it forever.

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