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Kahr Arms CW9 9mm 3.5-inch Matte Stainless Polymer 1 Magazine

Kahr Arms CW9 9mm 3.5-inch Matte Stainless Polymer 1 Magazine

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Kahr Arms CW9, Double Action, Compact Pistol, 9MM, 3.5" Barrel, Polymer Frame, Matte Stainless Finish, Fixed Sights, 7Rd, 1 Magazine CW9093

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Description

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Black polymer frame, matte stainless slide.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Kahr Arms
SKU GAG_KACW9093
Condition New in Box
Action Type No
Caliber 9mm
UPC 602686047319
Model CW9
Type No
Manufacturer Part Number CW9093
Accessories 1 Mag
Barrel Length 3.5"
Finish Per Color Black
Capacity No
Firing Casing Fired Case
Frame Per Material Polymer
Hand No
Sights No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 8 item(s)

Great service from GrabAGun, good pistol from Kahr
First of all, I need to praise GrabAGun. I placed my order on Monday night. It was very intuitive, the FFL dealers' list was up-to-date and included my local dealer, and on Wednesday I already got a call that my gun had arrived.
Now, the pistol. I haven't gone through the recommended 200 rounds break-in yet, but I already know that it is a pleasure to shoot. It is very comfortable, and has very little felt recoil. In fact, it feels less than the bigger 9mm I have, Sig SP2022. It is also pretty accurate, especially considering that I am not a very good shot. The trigger pull is long, but it is by design, as this gun does not have a manual safety. However, the trigger is pretty light and smooth. Another important consideration for me: my wife liked the way it felt in her hand.
The downside: the slide is pretty hard to pull, and I am worried that my wife won't be able to pull it. But that might be because it still new.
Finally, the design flaw, the reason why I am giving this otherwise good gun only 4 stars. It turns out that the magazine design does not take into account that the 9mm rounds are tampered, so the 7th round tends to "nose dive", and might not feed properly. This problem is especially pronounced if you try to carry this gun with a full magazine and an empty chamber. So, those who want to carry it with an empty chamber would have to give up one round and have only 6 rounds in the magazine. It is better to have 1 less round, but reliable operation.
Overall though, it seems like a great gun. I am looking forward to taking it to the range and letting my wife and daughters shoot it.
Quality
Value
Review by Ernest / (Posted on 5/27/15)
Great service from GrabAGun, good pistol from Kahr ,
5/ 5stars
First of all, I need to praise GrabAGun. I placed my order on Monday night. It was very intuitive, the FFL dealers' list was up-to-date and included my local dealer, and on Wednesday I already got a call that my gun had arrived.
Now, the pistol. I haven't gone through the recommended 200 rounds break-in yet, but I already know that it is a pleasure to shoot. It is very comfortable, and has very little felt recoil. In fact, it feels less than the bigger 9mm I have, Sig SP2022. It is also pretty accurate, especially considering that I am not a very good shot. The trigger pull is long, but it is by design, as this gun does not have a manual safety. However, the trigger is pretty light and smooth. Another important consideration for me: my wife liked the way it felt in her hand.
The downside: the slide is pretty hard to pull, and I am worried that my wife won't be able to pull it. But that might be because it still new.
Finally, the design flaw, the reason why I am giving this otherwise good gun only 4 stars. It turns out that the magazine design does not take into account that the 9mm rounds are tampered, so the 7th round tends to "nose dive", and might not feed properly. This problem is especially pronounced if you try to carry this gun with a full magazine and an empty chamber. So, those who want to carry it with an empty chamber would have to give up one round and have only 6 rounds in the magazine. It is better to have 1 less round, but reliable operation.
Overall though, it seems like a great gun. I am looking forward to taking it to the range and letting my wife and daughters shoot it.
Great gun, excellent price and shipping !
Gun was purchased on a tuesday and received on thursday. Great value and I will be purchasing more products in the near future.
Value
Quality
Review by Michael / (Posted on 4/3/15)
Great gun, excellent price and shipping ! ,
5/ 5stars
Gun was purchased on a tuesday and received on thursday. Great value and I will be purchasing more products in the near future.
great single stack 9mm
I've had this for a little over a month now and it has ran flawless through 250 rounds with federal and winchester ammo. Easily concealed lightweight smooth trigger and as far as grabagun they've been great to deal with this is my 3rd purchase with them I also bought extra mag at the same time and it was shipped with the gun. Very pleased with my experience with gag and my first kahr firearm
Value
Quality
Review by mike / (Posted on 3/22/15)
great single stack 9mm ,
5/ 5stars
I've had this for a little over a month now and it has ran flawless through 250 rounds with federal and winchester ammo. Easily concealed lightweight smooth trigger and as far as grabagun they've been great to deal with this is my 3rd purchase with them I also bought extra mag at the same time and it was shipped with the gun. Very pleased with my experience with gag and my first kahr firearm
great single stack 9mm
I've had this for a little over a month now and it has ran flawless through 250 rounds with federal and winchester ammo. Easily concealed lightweight smooth trigger and as far as grabagun they've been great to deal with this is my 3rd purchase with them I also bought extra mag at the same time and it was shipped with the gun. Very pleased with my experience with gag and my first kahr firearm
Value
Quality
Review by mike / (Posted on 3/22/15)
great single stack 9mm ,
5/ 5stars
I've had this for a little over a month now and it has ran flawless through 250 rounds with federal and winchester ammo. Easily concealed lightweight smooth trigger and as far as grabagun they've been great to deal with this is my 3rd purchase with them I also bought extra mag at the same time and it was shipped with the gun. Very pleased with my experience with gag and my first kahr firearm
Kahr CW9
The name Kahr says a lot to me. Quality is on top of that list. The CW9 isn't a cheap firearm. It is QUALITY, right out of the box. The price, and shipping cost from Grabagun was the lowest around. I am completely satisfied.

Dominick Sciacca
Value
Quality
Review by Dominick / (Posted on 2/19/15)
Kahr CW9 ,
5/ 5stars
The name Kahr says a lot to me. Quality is on top of that list. The CW9 isn't a cheap firearm. It is QUALITY, right out of the box. The price, and shipping cost from Grabagun was the lowest around. I am completely satisfied.

Dominick Sciacca
Excellent
I have fired over 500 rounds through this pistol and have not had a single FTF or FTE. Has functioned flawlessly. Highly recommend ! Review by robert / (Posted on 10/16/14)
Excellent ,
5/ 5stars
I have fired over 500 rounds through this pistol and have not had a single FTF or FTE. Has functioned flawlessly. Highly recommend !
Great CCW
I'm glad I bought this gun and glad I bought it from Grabagun. Best price I found and they didn't jack the price up.

Some have asked whether this will do as a pocket pistol. Depends on your pocket and depends on your shirt. I have some cargo pockets this will completely fit in with a Remora holster. Most will not, although if you don't tuck a shirt and have a long shirttail, it conceals.

But this guy is obviously made for IWB and it's the best I've tried for that. It is thin and seems to mold onto my body either in appendix carry or at 3:30. Relatively snug shirt conceals it quite nicely. While it's a little less than 6 inches long, its short height lets it be concealed easily. Yet, there's enough grip to have something to hold when drawing.

The weight is good. I don't find it uncomfortable to carry. Weight is concentrated in the barrel area which likely is to reduce recoil. The slide is harder to rack than most semi-autos. That is common with heavy recoil springs, also a device to tame recoil.

You have to get used to the trigger. I can see where some won't like it, because it is different and we tend to get a little fussy about different feels for handgun triggers. But with time, I got used to it and favor it. It is long which makes me feel secure when carrying with a loaded chamber and no safety. It engages early but travels a long way before firing. When you pull the trigger, you feel more comfortable that intentionally pulling the trigger is the only way it will fire.

There's a dry fire drill where you put a coin or spent shell casing on the frame and pull the trigger without disturbing the coin or casing. A variation is to use a hollow point cartridge. With two-hand or strong hand grip, it is easy to do that drill successfully with this gun. Working on weak hand.

It's not easy to field strip, but you get used to it. I'm glad I don't do that all day.

Very "pointable" which translates into pretty quick target acquisition. Trigger and pointability lends the gun to very good accuracy at 30 feet which is what I concentrate on in a CCW gun. Recoil is more manageable to me than a Bersa Thunder 380 or Mak. Certainly, recoil does not distract me in shooting and that is my standard for recoil.

Can't speak for durability. I don't see why it shouldn't last as long as all polymer framed guns.
Quality
Value
Review by Charles / (Posted on 1/6/13)
Great CCW ,
5/ 5stars
I'm glad I bought this gun and glad I bought it from Grabagun. Best price I found and they didn't jack the price up.

Some have asked whether this will do as a pocket pistol. Depends on your pocket and depends on your shirt. I have some cargo pockets this will completely fit in with a Remora holster. Most will not, although if you don't tuck a shirt and have a long shirttail, it conceals.

But this guy is obviously made for IWB and it's the best I've tried for that. It is thin and seems to mold onto my body either in appendix carry or at 3:30. Relatively snug shirt conceals it quite nicely. While it's a little less than 6 inches long, its short height lets it be concealed easily. Yet, there's enough grip to have something to hold when drawing.

The weight is good. I don't find it uncomfortable to carry. Weight is concentrated in the barrel area which likely is to reduce recoil. The slide is harder to rack than most semi-autos. That is common with heavy recoil springs, also a device to tame recoil.

You have to get used to the trigger. I can see where some won't like it, because it is different and we tend to get a little fussy about different feels for handgun triggers. But with time, I got used to it and favor it. It is long which makes me feel secure when carrying with a loaded chamber and no safety. It engages early but travels a long way before firing. When you pull the trigger, you feel more comfortable that intentionally pulling the trigger is the only way it will fire.

There's a dry fire drill where you put a coin or spent shell casing on the frame and pull the trigger without disturbing the coin or casing. A variation is to use a hollow point cartridge. With two-hand or strong hand grip, it is easy to do that drill successfully with this gun. Working on weak hand.

It's not easy to field strip, but you get used to it. I'm glad I don't do that all day.

Very "pointable" which translates into pretty quick target acquisition. Trigger and pointability lends the gun to very good accuracy at 30 feet which is what I concentrate on in a CCW gun. Recoil is more manageable to me than a Bersa Thunder 380 or Mak. Certainly, recoil does not distract me in shooting and that is my standard for recoil.

Can't speak for durability. I don't see why it shouldn't last as long as all polymer framed guns.
Perfect ccw tool
What can I say. It eats everything including Alum and Fe+, FMC or JHP. Its lightweight compact and goes Bang! EVERYTIME you pull the trigger. You will not be dissapointed.
Value
Quality
Review by Doe / (Posted on 10/23/12)
Perfect ccw tool ,
5/ 5stars
What can I say. It eats everything including Alum and Fe+, FMC or JHP. Its lightweight compact and goes Bang! EVERYTIME you pull the trigger. You will not be dissapointed.