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Old 02-26-2013, 03:52 PM   #11
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I have a Kahr CM9. Great gun. Very concealable. Nice shooter too.
Ditto on the Kahr... I've EDC'd their smaller PM 9 for 5 years now and to me, it's the ideal EDC sized pistol.

A CW 9 should run several bills cheaper than the rest of your list and you'll need it for ammo these days.

I've also shot the Solo, side by side with my PM 9 and was not terribly impressed. The metal frame and smooth front strap make it a difficult gun to hold onto in recoil. If I carried one of these the first addition would be front strap checkering... which is not cheap.

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Slip a kel tec 9mm with clip kit installed between your belt and pants, it will lay so flat you can wear just a T shirt outside your pants and it will be concealed.

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I am looking for a light compact (not a sub compact) 9mm. I really just want a quality single stack concealable 9mm that has some comfort in mind. Suggestions? Also, we can all list our favorites but I have discovered quite a few models are sold out, below are some of the ones I am considering if they weren't sold out or on mega back order..

-Kahr CW9 (could get ahold of one)
-Sig 225 P6 (one in stock nearby but its pretty worn)
-Sig p239 (?)
-Kimber Solo (last made early 2012, can be hard to get)
I like my Kahr PM9.
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Take a look at the Sig P250. It comes in 3 sizes and all calibers and even has its own forum. I have a compact 9mm and a sub compact .40.
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I was looking for the same thing two years ago. I tried to get a Kimber Solo but after being on a waiting list for almost a year I picked up a Kahr P9. The Kahr is very concealable and a good reliable shooter for me. The trigger pull is long but surprisingly I am as accurate with it as my 1911 with a crisp trigger break.
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Thank you for all the feedback, checking out a CW9 in a few weeks and possibly a sig, will let you all know what I choose, may find something else suggested here a better fit, thanks again!
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Take a look at the Sig P250. It comes in 3 sizes and all calibers and even has its own forum. I have a compact 9mm and a sub compact .40.
Is the P250 a single stack?
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I also own a kahr cw9. I would highly recommend it. I wear it all day without any issues. Very comfortable and it was affordable. I also would have to throw a plug for the shield. I think I am going to buy the .40 to have a second......or third CCW
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Kahr PM9 is what I carry. It might be a tad small, but an excellent gun.
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It's a shame you are only going for high priced guns. There are other excellent guns.
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