Kahrs do require a break in period, after which they run just fine. I carry either a PM9 or P45 daily, both are fine reliable guns once broken in. The PM9 is the easiest mini 9 to shoot that I have come across, very controllable and better than just "combat" accuracy if I do my part. I carry both of mine in Comp-Tac tuckable IWB kydex holsters.
Last edited by nortac; 07-06-2012 at 11:10 AM.
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