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Submitted By: Daniel S. On 02/03/2013
If you've never shot a Kahr all steel K or MK series 40 or 9 I highly suggest you check one out, when you have a chance at a range.
You do not hear a whole lot of people talk about them at ranges or anywhere, but there are plenty if them out there. I bought a K9 first and then the MK40. The MK40 is one of my favorite carry guns. It is smaller than many carry 9's and 380's of other brands.
I have an LCP 380, shot an LC9, Sig P232 and Sig P290. I prefer the Kahr MK40 over any of them except maybe the LCP 380. The only advantage the LCP has is less weight, but the MK40 is actually nicer to shoot and it is one of the most accurate firearms I own.
It is a worthy addition to your collection if you like 40's and want a small, reliable and accurate piece. A bit costly with the night sights, but I believe it is well worth the investment.
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