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PM40 back at the range

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by NGIB, Feb 29, 2008.

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  1. NGIB

    NGIB Member

    Dec 11, 2007
    Hinesville, GA
    Well I needed to take this little howitzer back to the range to get a few more rounds thru it before it becomes my promary carry. Also took the new P45 with me as I needed to put another 100 rounds thru it as well. I got the PM40 on a trade so to be on the safe side I ordered a couple of new recoil springs from Kahr and put a new in it for this trip. Didn't have any trouble last time but I'd rather be safe then sorry.

    This thing is a hoot to shoot but it is not something you'd spend the afternoon blasting away. About 40 rounds is my limit with this one, especially using SD ammunition. I'm feeling good about this one now as I was able to control it much better this time around. At 7 yards, one handed, I could keep everything in a 6" circle at POA - good combat accuracy I think.

    Finished breaking in the P45, Kahr recommends 200 rounds, and I now have put 250 rounds thru it with no FTFs/FTEs at all. As it loosens up a bit, it is now shooting much more to POA as I hoped it would. Looks like my primary carry pieces are ready to go to work...

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