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I went to my gun shop today in pursuit of a nice .45 ACP. I looked at 1911's, Glock model 36, and the Kahr CW45. I liked the single stack mag on the Kahr, the way it sat in my hand, and the light weight. So I went with the Kahr CW45. When I got home I put 25 rounds through it (Blazer 230gr FMJ). No problems and was very accurate. I did not have time to shoot more. So, I sat down on the computer tonight only to find negative reviews on this weapon. Kind of makes me worry.
Some positive feedback and encouragement would be highly appreciated...
I had a P45 ran great while I had it, sold it to a friend and no problems that I have heard of.
Some have issues, some don't. Sounds like you got a good one so far!
8th SPS USAF
My buddy has a CW 45 no trouble, about 5/600 rnds
Another friend P45 hundreds no trouble
As for me P45 hundreds no trouble and a PM 45 hundreds no trouble
The P/PM only jacketed rnds CW lead
I've been very happy with the weapon (except for the occasional ejected case in the forehead :shocked:)
Thanks for the feedback! I am going to visit the range tomorrow and feed it 200 rounds.
Here is my Kahr story having to do with my P45 and Kahr's Customer service.
I took my Kahr P45 to the range for the first time hoping to have a good range session, it did not happen. On my 49th rd, something smacked me in the forehead. After clearing the gun I looked around on the ground and found a spring and pin. After looking at the book I got with the gun, I found it to be the extractor pin and spring, could not find the extractor.
I contacted Kahr on Monday and they told be to send it back and they would cover it. Sent in in on Wed. and I got it back on the following Mon. They replaced the whole slide, keeping my barrel, upgraded the mag release and installed a new set of night sights, I sent mine in with standard sites.
Since I got it back I have put 700 more rds thur it with NO problems, it is a very nice and Accurate shooting gun, it has become my EDC.
I have to say that their Customer service was EXCELLENT in my case, and that experience led me to purchase another Kahr, a PM9. I have put over 600 rds thru it, this has replaced my Keltec P3AT as my pocket gun..
Thanks for your input 07hemi4me.
Shot it did not like it.
Shot it did not like it.
Was very accurate, no failures, but ah? Just could not connect with it. I went back to Glock. (Glock 36)
CW45 has conventional rifiling; P45 has polygonal rifiling. If I had to do it over again, I wouldn't have gotten the P45; I would buy the CW. Reason: you can shoot lead out of the CW while the P is saddled with a singular diet of FMJs.
That said, my P45 has been perfect. No problems in 600+ rounds. There's no reason that a CW wouldn't be the same.
Before someone says, "Buy a CW barrel and put it in the P". I thought of that, called the factory only to hear the techie say, "It almost fits".
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