If you are looking for a small power house that conceals easily, stays on target and won’t bite into your budget as badly as some other options. The Kahr CM 40 deserves a look. I have owned two Kahr CM series pistols. And I have never had a single issue. Check out this vidja and then head over to Grabagun.com. You can tell ’em Grubkat sent you. But they will have no idea what you’re talking about.
Caliber: .40 S&W
Capacity: 5+1
Operation: Trigger cocking DAO; lock breech; “Browning – type” recoil lug; passive striker block; no magazine disconnect
Barrel: 3.1″, conventional rifling; 1 – 16 right-hand twist
Length O/A: 5.47″
Height: 4.0″
Slide Width: .94″
Weight: Pistol 15.8 ounces, Magazine 1.9 ounces
Grips: Textured polymer
Sights: Drift adjustable white bar-dot combat rear sight, pinned in polymer front sight
Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide
Magazine: 1 – 5 rd flush floorplate
In the aftermath of the 1986 FBI Miami shootout, the FBI started the process of testing 9mm and .45 ACP ammunition in preparation to replace its standard issue revolver with a semi-automatic pistol. The semi-automatic pistol offered two advantages over the revolver: 1) it offered increased ammunition capacity, and 2) it was easier to reload during a firefight. The FBI was satisfied with the performance of its .38 Special +P 10.2 g (158 gr) L.S.W.C.H.P. (lead semi-wadcutter hollowpoint) cartridge (“FBI Load”) based on decades of dependable performance. Ammunition for the new semi-automatic pistol had to deliver terminal performance equal or superior to the .38 Special FBI Load. The FBI developed a series of practically oriented tests involving eight test events that reasonably represented the kinds of situations that FBI agents commonly encounter in shooting incidents.
Celtic Impulse Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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