Originally Posted by 750driver
Yes, I did clean the handgun before attempting to break it in, and I do have years of experience. You can't break it in if you can't get 25 rounds through it. I tried 4 different kinds of ammo and it did the same thing. The gunsmith at the shop I bought it at cleaned it again and test fired at their range and it did it to him. They are very reliable guns, but if you do a little research you will find that a lot of people have had to send theirs back 2-3 times to get them right. The owner of the gun shop had the same problem with his and it took 3 guide rods and springs before they solved the problem.
Again, I was by no means trying to insult you. I have done a lot of research on Kahr reliability (including discussing with Kahr founder Justin Moon at this years SHOT show) and I am confident that regardless of what one reads on the internet, Kahr has above average reliability when compared to other manufactures.
I hope that your PM gets sorted out. They are great little guns.