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Sold my CM9, regretted it, bought a new one lol

I sold my Kahr CM9 before i closed on my house. I was worried about $. had a nice offer of 350 with the extra mag and holster...

i've missed it ever since. so PSA has them for 317 shipped. and Kahr has a magazine rebate for a free 2nd mag.

Bought a new holster for 30 bucks.... so i'm right back to where i started lol. I did however buy a set of trijicon night sights for it since i hate the kahr sights.

if anyone is considering a small pistol. this one should definitely be a consideration.

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Love my CM9, it's my daily carry.
Can't imagine getting rid of it.
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I've got a XDS and Glock 36. That CM9 is probably going to be my next purchase. I've really become fond of shooting smaller 45's. It's fun on a bun.

I think this thing is finally coming together. Still Needed: drive shafts, frame mount rails...then done son! For a while...
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I've got a XDS and Glock 36. That CM9 is probably going to be my next purchase. I've really become fond of shooting smaller 45's. It's fun on a bun.
http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/kahr-cm9.html

looks like they sold out. but they were 299. that was hard to beat.

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http://www.kahr.com/sights/kahr-cwcm...ght-sights.asp

bought those to go with it.

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http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/kahr-cm9.html

looks like they sold out. but they were 299. that was hard to beat.
Yeah, i monitor their website regularly. I've got a few jeep projects to get done prior to my trip to Moab/canyonlands, Yellow Stone and Mt. Rushmore in the spring. So i'm putting that particular purchase on the back burner while i decide if i want buy or build a 10/22 target gun. The 10/22 Tactical Target is just about what i'm looking for.

I think this thing is finally coming together. Still Needed: drive shafts, frame mount rails...then done son! For a while...
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Well what the hell did ya do that fer? Still love my Kahrs. MY EDC alternates between a P9 and a P45, and I have a CW45 that is mounted concealed under my steering column. I'm thinking of replacing my Taurus TCP 738 (which has actually been flawless) with a P380 or CW380 as a pocket/BUG. Sometimes I get itchy to try different heaters, but I always end up back at my Kahrs.

You guys want stellar prices on Kahr and everything else for that matter? Grabagun.com, 'nuff said. I picked up my CW45 for $280 on sale, and the normal price isn't much more.

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CW9, P9, PM9 here. All function flawless, started with Kahrs about 9 years ago.
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i've actually transitioned over to double stack. BUT, there are just times when you need the really small gun for concealment. I can't bring myself to go .380 and in my opinion there's nothing better for the size than the cm/pm.

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