GUN What do you guys think of the Kahr CW9 for CC

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Which gun for EDCC

  1. Kahr CW9

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  2. Glock 26

    68.8%
  1. Bloody Sunday

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    I'm talking Daily CC.

    From what I've read, it's a pretty good weapon. But does anyone have experience with this as a daily carry?

    They have it at a shop a bit south for around $420
     
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    there, I didnt ignore your thread. Happy?
     
  3. Bloody Sunday

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    very :bowdown: :love:
     
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    getaglock19.txt
     
  5. Bloody Sunday

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    :wtf: guns and ammo warehouse are out of glocks.

    i would really much rather have a glock, but they're more expensive than the cw9 and they're not as small
     
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    seriously man you have been "deciding" for fricking weeks now it seems. everytime you make a thread about a gun, just buy that gun, shoot the shit out of it, carry it (edit: ok I see you don't have your CHL yet) and then decide if you like it.

    that way you end up with a moderatley sized arsenal.

    it is the wmd way.

    maybe we should do a Nova shoot?
     
  7. JaimeZX

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  8. Bloody Sunday

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    yeah, but i can only buy my gun once my damn lens sells :hsd:

    it went from
    Walther P99
    Walther PPS
    XD9
    S&W M&Pc
    FNP-9
    and now this Kahr.

    it has a lot to do with what's avaialable near me, too
     
  9. Bloody Sunday

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    but really, let's have a nova crew meet and greet.
     
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    I'm down. what do you do?
     
  11. R134

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    light and thin, much easier on your back if you carry IWB unless you're a big dude then it probably doesn't matter as much.
     
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    Used to own one, loved it for what it was.
     
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    it's what i daily carry now, favorite carry gun i've owned thus far :h5:
    they're so slim, i carry mine IWB in a holster in the back
    and have had it on for over 10 hours and sat on it for several hours on end without barely noticing it :love:

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  14. Bloody Sunday

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    i'm a student
     
  15. lt1aggie

    lt1aggie what?

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    I carry a p9 (which is the essentially the same thing) in a comptac c-tac holster. it's a good size and it doesn't bother me at all to carry it. I had 2 failure to feeds during the 200 round break in period and have shot another 200 rounds since then without any problem. I'd say go for it.
     
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    it's a decent gun if you like light strikes and FTFs
     
  17. Bloody Sunday

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    let me guess. you suggest a glock.

    Glock = God's EDC
     
  18. R134

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    I've never had a light strike, fail to feed on the other hand.... tons.
    After the break in and some polishing it's flawless.
     
  19. Bloody Sunday

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    i want a good, out of the box reliable weapon. not something i have to take to the gun smith so then I can be without my weapon for a while...
     
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    you are describing a glock.
     
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    :hsugh: i've never had to take mine to a smith
    granted i've only put about 300 rounds through it to "break it in"
    and didn't have a single problem so far, and the feed ramp is pretty damn polished from the factory.
    maybe i got lucky? but this thing has been super reliable out of the box.
    first round i put through it was magsafe 62grn and it cycled fine.
     
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    a couple people in the thread have suggested getting it polished. that's why i mentioned the smith
     
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    yes i read that, you can polish it yourself, it's just a feed ramp.

    mine has been great so far :dunno:
     
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    oh, i didn't know that :bigthumb:

    what would i do, just sand and polish?
     
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    i just rub mine down really well with a cloth i have for my sunglasses :dunno:

    :o
     

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