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Old 11-11-2014, 19:12   #1
OMEGA5
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Just finished breaking in a new CM9

Put around 300 rounds thru my new Kahr CM9 this afternoon.
Had a issue with it I've never seen or heard of before and I've
been a gun nut since I was 6 years old.
The first 150 +/- rounds, every single magazine fired,
regardless of the round (115 gr WWB, Blazer Brass, Win Nato,
115 gr Critical Defense, 135 gr Critical Duty, 147 gr Gold Dot,
147 gr Hornady XTP, 124 gr Gold Dot) the trigger would not
fully reset on for to last round. It was in full battery
and mag fully seated. If you put your trigger finger behind the
trigger and just barely touched it, you'd hear it "click" and it
would fire.
At right around 150 rounds, I broke it down and cleaned it.
Back out to the my range and again, 1st magazine fired it did
not reset the trigger after the second to the last round was
fired.
Then, on the next mag and every single mag after that, it
shot every round and locked back on empty. Again, didn't
matter what round I shot, it ran perfectly.
When Kahr says to put at least 200 rounds thru their product
before putting it on your EDC list, they weren't kidding.
Anyway, I love this CM9. Wife does too. I'm going to pick me
up another CM9 or a PM9 as soon as I locate one.
Dano
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