I'm really pleased with this .380: exactly what I was looking for. It is extremely light, small, and in particular is very narrow -- all of which lead to easy concealability. A bit pricey, but worth it. I've shot it once, and without a glitch of any kind over 136 rounds and two different types of ammo. Happy with the accuracy at 15 yards, as well. My understanding is that Crimson Trace is coming out with a laser guard for it, but a laser grip would be great -- hopefully, that's coming soon. Haven't decided upon a holster type yet (anke, IWB, pocket)...so far, just dropping it into a jacket pocket (though, coming warm weather will limit that). - E. A.
I give this pistol high marks. I am a fan of the 1911 45 ACP, and yet am always looking for a light conceal carry weapon in a minimum of 40 cal. This fits the bill. I have found the gun to be reliable and I can shoot it well. Keep looking for one lighter! I've not had jamming problems. I think many problems with well designed autos jamming is the ammo. - J. M.
I was looking to purchase a Kel-tec PF 9, which was hard to find. I went to all the local shops and kept seeing the Kahr CW line. The Kahr just fit my hand, but my budget said Kel-tec... When I found a PF 9 I was excited and ready to go purchase it. Once I held it I knew it would not be a fun gun to shoot. So I waited another week, decided to step up to a 40 cal Kahr and have been thrilled with it. For the extra $100 it seems like a real gun, not a toy. It's lite but sturdy. Very tight though, first 30-50 rounds, had alot of misfeeds. Last week I shot 100 plus rounds of cheap Walmart ammo with no problems at all. I am very happy with this pistol. - J. G.