You should listen! I doubt very much if the new Khar will even chamber the Lead SWCs from the magazine. And I would not recommend it in the Khar. If you should have any difficulty with it cambering HPs I will give you a hint from experience with my Khar. First of all clean it thoroughly before shooting. As I was instructed they do not clean them at the factory after test firing them the final time. I have a Khar P-380 also and it will load FMJ round nose very well! But when using HPs or some of the Critical Defense ammunition I must lock the slide back and by using the Slide Lock only drop the slide by depressing the Slide Lock! It will feed flawlessly and always function with them when firing them. It will not initially feed the HPs by releasing the slide by pulling it back with the hand and releasing it to go forward. I keep the slide rails lubed so they look damp with G-96, Break Free or any other good lube. *Don't forget to shake the Break-Free before use! Anyway, they are a fine pistol and great to carry due to their weight compared to my 1911s. I mostly carry mine in the summer months. As far as a holster I like the Fobus type holster for day to day carry. I know Blackhawk also makes some similar holsters. I carry mine in an ankle holster in the hot weather when it is hard to hide a pistol. Give us some range reports when you get her out on the range!
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