I have had a Kahr P9 Covert for years and it is my go to off duty cary piece that entire time. Never had an issue with it. I have had a S&W M60, PPK, PPK/s, Glock 27, and several other small handguns. While the Kahr has been the only 9mm for that time it has always been in the #1 spot.
Originally posted by pillboxesghost: Original 9mm Shield (not 2.0) for me. 9 rds. with Magguts +2 kit. Grip is now just long enough to catch my little finger.
Trigger on mine was very good "out of the box"; maybe just luck. But occasionally they have to screw up and make one 'just right'.
------------------------------------------------------------ "I have resolved to fight as long as Marse Robert has a corporal's guard, or until he says give up. He is the man I shall follow or die in the attempt."
Feb. 27, 1865 Letter by Sgt. Henry P. Portson 'B' Co. 31st GA Vol. Inf.
I usually carry my PC S&W .45 Shield or EMP 9 for daily CC, but now that I've completed my break in and JHP load evaluation with my 365, that pistol has entered the carry rotation, mostly as a BUG. My G43 and 938 still pull BUG duty periodically..
"Also I heard the voice of the Lord saying who shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, here am I, send me."
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For pocket carry, the G43. However, as I continue to shoot the P365, the natural question is how many rounds is enough to satisfy any concerns about the pistol?
While I'm seeing videos such as the MAC presentation in which the pistol failed at 900 rounds, and other saying theirs failed at a few rounds out of the box, thus far my own sampling has produced nothing but reliability, accuracy, and a perfectly functioning pistol. What point does one say it's good?
From a size perspective, and from my experience thus far, the P365 is an ideal candidate for pocket carry (for me, in a DeSantis holster). I'll still give it more range time as I tend to be quite conservative in what I'll trust, but thus far I'm ready to trust the G43 without hesitation, and will continue to carry that.