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KAHR CW price drop?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by TennJed, Mar 21, 2012.

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  1. TennJed

    TennJed Member

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    I was in Sportman's Wharehouse (Southaven MS) yesterday and they had the Kahr CW series (9, 40, 45) on sale new for $329...:eek:,

    That seemed like a screaming good deal to me. Davidson's Gallery of guns has it being ship to my FFL for $429 (tax and all fees included). Buds have them for around $366 + FFL fees.

    Has this CW series come down in price? What are the prices you are seeing. I really do not need one, but I am very tempted
     
  2. Stasher1

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    We have a couple local dealers that list them for $325 on a fairly regular basis, with the average price hovering around $350. The CM9 seems to be dropping a bit in price though, with prices currently hovering in the $370-$390 range.
     
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    I received a CW9 as gift a couple years ago. I probably wouldn't have ever bought it on my own. I like it ok, and it's fired 700 rounds flawlessly, but it definitely isn't what I'd call "high quality". $320-375 seems about what it should be worth, not the $425-450 it went for in the past.
     
  4. PabloJ

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    $329 is about what they're worth.
     
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    Had one. Shot great. Decent size so you can actually run the gun hard and fast. Reliable and accurate at a cheap price. It fed hollow point reliably and digested all the range fodder I threw at it. There wasn't much to write home about other than ease of carry but nothing to complain about, either. Yeah you can get higher quality, but you're not getting better accuracy or reliability so it boils down to what you're looking for.

    The only reason I sold it is because I lost 20lbs. A glock or other double stack autoloader that size worn IWB keeps me from having to buy all new pants. :)
     
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