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Old 09-07-2020, 10:51 PM   #31
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Moon, founder of the Unification Church.

Now you have my interest, Backpacker.

What's the story about Moon?
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Old 09-08-2020, 08:28 AM   #32
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The K series I like and wouldn't mind having one, pricy for what it is though, the Polymer Kahr, have a lot of issues specially the smaller ones.

The one you own looks fantastic BTW.
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I owned a K9 in the 90's. Liked it a lot. It was a companion to my Browning Hi-Power. I transitioned out of 9mm and moved into .38/.357 for a couple decades. Just recently transitioned back to 9mm and found the P365. Sized like the K9 but with the capacity of the Hi-Power.

No brainer for me.

The K9 was very solid, easily concealable, and digested +P easily. Same for the P365 - w/ nearly 2x the capacity.
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Now you have my interest, Backpacker.

What's the story about Moon?

Kahr Arms was founded by Justin Moon, who is CEO and president. He is the son of Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church.
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Old 09-08-2020, 11:19 AM   #35
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I like the all-steel pistols, but the polymer pistolas were problematic. The PM9 ran fine, but the PM40 showed the flaws in the pistol. After Kahr rebuilt and then replaced my PM40, I sold it and went with the Glock 27. Thicker, but never had a problem with it - and I shot it a LOT.
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I really like the PM9 and have had mine for many years. It’s been reliable, though I don’t have a huge round count through it. I have no problems carrying larger pistols, so my PM9 has not been carried much. I like the trigger feel, smooth. And, it’s still a great choice for just dropping in a pocket for a short walk, where there is no expectation of trouble.

Prior to Shield and P365, the PM9 was a top choice for CCW when wearing a suit or tailored clothing - easy to conceal well in such attire. Being able to wear casual clothing for many years, larger pistols have been no problem for me.

I agree with others here that when the Shield came out, appeal of the Kahrs began to fade.

And now, with the P365, I can’t see any reason to choose the PM9 over the P365. That said, I really don’t want to let loose of my PM9... I will still keep it around, just ‘because’, I guess. Good little pocket gun - if you have use for a pocket gun.

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