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Old 02-22-2011, 08:53 PM   #11
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I've never handled any of the Kahr 40s but today I was picking up my P380 and I saw the PM40 in the counter and I almost confused it for the PM9.
I believe the PM40 and PM9 are almost the same size.

I can't speak about the PM40 but have the PM9 and haven't had a single issue with it, its a great little "pocket" gun. Very easy to conceal.
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Old 02-22-2011, 09:00 PM   #12
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I JUST got rid of the p 40 GREAT fun. I loved shooting it. People with bigger hands complain it is too snappy, but I just loved it. The only reason I traded it was because I had my eye on something else, but I will be getting another soon.
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Old 02-23-2011, 12:58 AM   #13
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Go to the Kahr Arms website and you can compare all of their guns side by side in terms of specs. I found it really helped with my research and selection. I have the PM9 and the P380. I traded my MK9 towards and EMP .40. I really would like to get the MK40 since I owb carry and with my good holsters the weight is really not noticeable. I am debating between keeping my PPS 40 or selling it and getting the MK40. Decisions, decisions.
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I have a Kahr CW40 and it is a great handgun. I purchased it from Buds for $366.00, The price was right the size was right and it shoots great right out of the box. My daughter loves shooting the Kahr over my Sig, Glock, S&W and Desert Eagle. Good luck and I do not think you can go wrong with the CW40.
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CW9 works for me.
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I have a cw40, and I love it. Shoots well and carries IWB well.

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I've got a Kahr CW9. Don't for a second think that the CW series are poor quality, they definitely are not. Kahr don't make crap!!!!

They made some changes to lower the price over the P9. Let's be fair and state that some of the parts are less expensive in the CW vs the same parts in the P9. NOT CHEAP! As for the barrels, the CW9 uses the old fashioned ballard style rifling, rifling that has been used for many many years, still is, and it works just fine. The P9 uses polygonal rifling, a newer process that works better, but costs a lot more. The CW9 is a very fine little pistol, the price not withstanding.

The CW40 is just a little more powerful version of the CW9, and just a little larger, not much!

I really like mine! Especially since my wife took my Ruger SR9C.
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I have both a cm9 and a cw9 both very nice pistols. No issues with ether. Price around here is 410 for the cw40 at local gunshop. Hard to compair the epm with a plastic framed kahr as there a big weight difference that would make the emp a bit easier to control but with extra weight, height, width and lenght to deal with. Not much maybe but it does add up.
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