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da job sucks wrote:38 Det special with a hammer.
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BAILIFF wrote:da job sucks wrote:38 Det special with a hammer.
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actiontrooper wrote:5andOUT, do you have a Kahr? The only Kahr I heard of with problems was the one designed to NYPD specs, ruining the inherent good qualities of the gun. I have never had a failure to feed with any Glock, other than some crappy aftermarket metal magazine, and the magazine was the culprit. I never had a failure to fire with the Kahr either. I did have several failures with a Taurus TCP, and again it was a faulty magazine, not the Taurus.The Kahr has a match barrel. If you had a bad experience let's hear about it.I've been trying to get an answer to this question. Maybe you have it. About 10 or 11 years ago I walked in to a gun store on Long Island and bought a Kahr K9, drove to work, filled out the paperwork, got a log entry, and had it put on my 10 card.I don't shoot it a lot, but have never had a problem with it when I do.For years I've heard from guys, and read in places like this what a POS this gun is because the NYPD spec'd gun is terrible. Yet others have said the non NYPD gun is fine.My gun wasn't bought at the equipment section, no NYPD gunsmith has ever had their hands on it, and as far as I know it is the same gun anyone else could have walked in that store and bought if they were legally allowed to do so that day. The store didn't see my shield and ID and pull mine from a seperate NYPD pile.Is my gun still lumped in with the batch that gets trashed because of the era it was made in? Or is mine OK?
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