Kahr Arms CW45

Kahr Arms CW45

UPC: 602686107310

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Kahr Arms CW45 Description

One of the best concealed carry weapons around the Kahr Arms CW45 Compact Pistol is popular among licensed civilians like you. Smaller, slimmer and lighter than other brands the Kahr Arms CW45 Compact Pistol has a combination of stopping power, natural pointability, and minimal recoil to give you comfort and control at the time of fire. You can't go wrong with the Kahr Arms CW45 Compact Pistol so why not give it a shot.

Kahr Arms CW45 Specifications

Brand Kahr
Weight 19.7 oz
Action Double Action
Caliber 45AP
Capacity 6+1
Finish Matte Stainless Steel
Gun Type Semi-Automatic Pistol
Sights Adjustable
Primary Uses
 
Personal Protection
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Fair Market Price $313
MSRP $332.48
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Price history for Kahr Arms CW45
  • Highest Price: $327.00 - January 7, 2019
  • Lowest Price: $321.78 - December 24, 2018

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Kahr Arms CW45 User Reviews

Positive: 44 Mixed: 0 Negative: 0
  • 100

    I love my Kahr CW45! It did require the 200 round break in period. Before I had a couple FTE but after the 200 rds and a firmer wrist I have had no problems and carry it regularly. The only ammo I find it doesn't like is... lead. But I carry hollow point and it fuctions perfectly with those and FMJs more

    August 11, 2016
    Terry
  • 100

    Affordable, well balanced, fits my small grip, good groupings right from the box, best shooting 45 acp ccw ever.

    October 25, 2018
    Ever ready ccw
  • 100

    Worked Great, right out of the box! NO problems! Grab one! This is a deal!

    February 2, 2018
    Glenn N Fla
  • 100

    A wee sticky @ first., but I put a few rounds through now. It's starting to relax nicely. I'm becoming more accurate w it also.. Thats just part of practicing of course....Either way it's a comfortable pistola. And if yo...u learn it! Will be very accurate.. Over all: Excellent pistola for your green:) more

    January 25, 2018
    Dominick
  • 100

    this is a great gun ,great price. I was hitting 2 inch groups right out of the box. no problem with recoil, bought a second magazine, if your on the fence buy it!

    August 20, 2017
    hank
  • 100

    Took it out to the range and shot off 150 rounds the first time after receiving it. My conclusion is that you will have problems if you use Russian (Wolf or Tulamo) steel casing rounds. I had real bad FTF (failure to fee...d) and/or FTE (failure to extract) but didn't have any problems when I used either brass reloads or brass factory loads. Also, the magazine that came with this weapon did not seat well when you insert it unless you slap it in very hard and sometimes several times so I went and stopped using it but instead I had extra magazines from my Citadel 3.5" 1911 7-round magazines made by ACT that fit and went in well. My more expensive 7-round, stainless steel Chip McCormick magazines will not even stay in at all. So if you want extra mags for this, you can purchase a 7-round 1911 magazines made for Citadel 3.5" compact or Rock Island Armory made by ACT. more

    August 16, 2017
    Cujo
  • 100

    May 19, 2017
    Stevo
  • 100

    I got this because I am a .45 cal. person and was looking for a CCW. I love the 1911, and have a bunch of 1911 mags and they fit well in this weapon, no problem. The Kahr likes brass casings and ball ammo, works well wit...h them. Easy to shoot and accurate, trigger squeeze is long like a revolver, but you know when it will go bang after one mag. Have shot over 500 rounds through and I can shoot 2 inch groups at 7 yards and all in a pie plate at 20 yards. Would recommend to anyone who likes the 1911 and the .45 cal. ammo who is looking for a CCW. 1911 mags. are cheap and easy to find. I paid $259 two years ago for it and was the best purchase I ever made. more

    April 22, 2017
    Michael
  • 100

    Shoots very nice. Recoil was light enough that my wife had no problems shooting it. Only problem I found with this gun, when I was doing the 200 round break in the spent shells kept hitting my forehead.

    November 6, 2016
    Jwarpd
  • 100

    I have always been a "steel only" guy when it comes to firearms, since I got started by collecting milsurps. For years I carried all-steel firearms (which I still enjoy), and then I happened to rent this pistol while at ...a range with friends who were new to shooting. I immediately fell in love with the Kahr CW45 and found it here at the Sportsman's Guide for cheap, especially with 4-pay! One problem that I had with blued steel that I carried before was that my sweat would eat away at the finish - not so with stainless! I first picked up some Tulammo, but the CW45 does NOT like it. There were only one or two times in 50 cartridges that it cycled, and several times it locked the slide up (requiring my gunsmithing hammer to open up). However, since using brass/aluminum ammo, the CW45 has been absolutely flawless. I've fired over 300 rounds without failure now. This gun weighs about the same when loaded as my old steel carry gun, and is only slightly bigger. The magazine Kahr sends you has a base plate that sticks out of the grip for no real reason, and hinders concealability somewhat. After some research, it appears that the Kimber 7 round 1911 magazines will fit flush to the grip and cycle with no modifications necessary. Assuming that those work, that will make the CW45 even better for concealment, as well as giving me an extra cartridge per magazine. The pistol shoots well. It has a long pull that is very similar to a revolver. As someone who carried a revolver for a couple of years, I appreciate the similarity. No safeties to get in the way: just aim and pull. Follow up shots are definitely not as fast as the smaller calibers I'm used to, but it's not excessive. I find that I can hit what I am for pretty quickly with this pistol. Also, I love that it fires .45, as I always had some doubts about the smaller calibers I used to carry (I know, I know...shot placement). If you're thinking about picking it up, go for it! I still love my all-steel guns and revolvers, but I trust my life to the Kahr CW45. It has become my favorite pistol to shoot and carry. more

    August 14, 2016
    Seseous
  • 100

    This is not my first Kahr The Others have been excellent I Have only fired 220 Rnds so far in the CW45 with zero problems FMJ Brass and Steel Case and Hollow Points. Kahr recommends 200 rnds for break-in they get even be...tter with use that says allot because they're already excellent when new. Also I Tried several old Surplus 1911 Mags and they worked perfectly in this gun. more

    May 18, 2016
    BIG JOHN
  • 100

    Worked Great, right out of the box! NO problems! Grab one! This is a deal!

    February 1, 2018
    Glenn N Fla
  • 100

    A wee sticky @ first., but I put a few rounds through now. It's starting to relax nicely. I'm becoming more accurate w it also.. Thats just part of practicing of course....Either way it's a comfortable pistola. And if yo...u learn it! Will be very accurate.. Over all: Excellent pistola for your green:) more

    January 26, 2018
    Dominick
  • 100

    this is a great gun ,great price. I was hitting 2 inch groups right out of the box. no problem with recoil, bought a second magazine, if your on the fence buy it!

    August 23, 2017
    hank
  • 100

    Took it out to the range and shot off 150 rounds the first time after receiving it. My conclusion is that you will have problems if you use Russian (Wolf or Tulamo) steel casing rounds. I had real bad FTF (failure to fee...d) and/or FTE (failure to extract) but didn't have any problems when I used either brass reloads or brass factory loads. Also, the magazine that came with this weapon did not seat well when you insert it unless you slap it in very hard and sometimes several times so I went and stopped using it but instead I had extra magazines from my Citadel 3.5" 1911 7-round magazines made by ACT that fit and went in well. My more expensive 7-round, stainless steel Chip McCormick magazines will not even stay in at all. So if you want extra mags for this, you can purchase a 7-round 1911 magazines made for Citadel 3.5" compact or Rock Island Armory made by ACT. more

    August 20, 2017
    Cujo
  • 100

    May 20, 2017
    Stevo
  • 100

    I got this because I am a .45 cal. person and was looking for a CCW. I love the 1911, and have a bunch of 1911 mags and they fit well in this weapon, no problem. The Kahr likes brass casings and ball ammo, works well wit...h them. Easy to shoot and accurate, trigger squeeze is long like a revolver, but you know when it will go bang after one mag. Have shot over 500 rounds through and I can shoot 2 inch groups at 7 yards and all in a pie plate at 20 yards. Would recommend to anyone who likes the 1911 and the .45 cal. ammo who is looking for a CCW. 1911 mags. are cheap and easy to find. I paid $259 two years ago for it and was the best purchase I ever made. more

    April 17, 2017
    Michael
  • 100

    Shoots very nice. Recoil was light enough that my wife had no problems shooting it. Only problem I found with this gun, when I was doing the 200 round break in the spent shells kept hitting my forehead.

    November 6, 2016
    Jwarpd
  • 100

    I have always been a "steel only" guy when it comes to firearms, since I got started by collecting milsurps. For years I carried all-steel firearms (which I still enjoy), and then I happened to rent this pistol while at ...a range with friends who were new to shooting. I immediately fell in love with the Kahr CW45 and found it here at the Sportsman's Guide for cheap, especially with 4-pay! One problem that I had with blued steel that I carried before was that my sweat would eat away at the finish - not so with stainless! I first picked up some Tulammo, but the CW45 does NOT like it. There were only one or two times in 50 cartridges that it cycled, and several times it locked the slide up (requiring my gunsmithing hammer to open up). However, since using brass/aluminum ammo, the CW45 has been absolutely flawless. I've fired over 300 rounds without failure now. This gun weighs about the same when loaded as my old steel carry gun, and is only slightly bigger. The magazine Kahr sends you has a base plate that sticks out of the grip for no real reason, and hinders concealability somewhat. After some research, it appears that the Kimber 7 round 1911 magazines will fit flush to the grip and cycle with no modifications necessary. Assuming that those work, that will make the CW45 even better for concealment, as well as giving me an extra cartridge per magazine. The pistol shoots well. It has a long pull that is very similar to a revolver. As someone who carried a revolver for a couple of years, I appreciate the similarity. No safeties to get in the way: just aim and pull. Follow up shots are definitely not as fast as the smaller calibers I'm used to, but it's not excessive. I find that I can hit what I am for pretty quickly with this pistol. Also, I love that it fires .45, as I always had some doubts about the smaller calibers I used to carry (I know, I know...shot placement). If you're thinking about picking it up, go for it! I still love my all-steel guns and revolvers, but I trust my life to the Kahr CW45. It has become my favorite pistol to shoot and carry. more

    August 11, 2016
    Seseous
  • 100

    This is not my first Kahr The Others have been excellent I Have only fired 220 Rnds so far in the CW45 with zero problems FMJ Brass and Steel Case and Hollow Points. Kahr recommends 200 rnds for break-in they get even be...tter with use that says allot because they're already excellent when new. Also I Tried several old Surplus 1911 Mags and they worked perfectly in this gun. more

    May 16, 2016
    BIG JOHN
  • 100

    Shipment was fast and payment was easy with 4-Pay. There was a list of nearby FFLs so I didn't have to locate a gun shop. Product arrived in great shape and I'm looking forward to taking it to the range to get familiar w...ith it. I chose Karh, by the way, based upon online reviews. I liked the small size, good performance, and smooth trigger. I think I got a lot of pistol for $306. more

    April 3, 2016
    Dallas
  • 100

    A wee sticky @ first., but I put a few rounds through now. It's starting to relax nicely. I'm becoming more accurate w it also.. Thats just part of practicing of course....Either way it's a comfortable pistola. And if yo...u learn it! Will be very accurate.. Over all: Excellent pistola for your green:) more

    January 23, 2018
    Dominick
  • 100

    this is a great gun ,great price. I was hitting 2 inch groups right out of the box. no problem with recoil, bought a second magazine, if your on the fence buy it!

    August 16, 2017
    hank
  • 100

    Took it out to the range and shot off 150 rounds the first time after receiving it. My conclusion is that you will have problems if you use Russian (Wolf or Tulamo) steel casing rounds. I had real bad FTF (failure to fee...d) and/or FTE (failure to extract) but didn't have any problems when I used either brass reloads or brass factory loads. Also, the magazine that came with this weapon did not seat well when you insert it unless you slap it in very hard and sometimes several times so I went and stopped using it but instead I had extra magazines from my Citadel 3.5" 1911 7-round magazines made by ACT that fit and went in well. My more expensive 7-round, stainless steel Chip McCormick magazines will not even stay in at all. So if you want extra mags for this, you can purchase a 7-round 1911 magazines made for Citadel 3.5" compact or Rock Island Armory made by ACT. more

    August 18, 2017
    Cujo
  • 100

    May 15, 2017
    Stevo
  • 100

    I got this because I am a .45 cal. person and was looking for a CCW. I love the 1911, and have a bunch of 1911 mags and they fit well in this weapon, no problem. The Kahr likes brass casings and ball ammo, works well wit...h them. Easy to shoot and accurate, trigger squeeze is long like a revolver, but you know when it will go bang after one mag. Have shot over 500 rounds through and I can shoot 2 inch groups at 7 yards and all in a pie plate at 20 yards. Would recommend to anyone who likes the 1911 and the .45 cal. ammo who is looking for a CCW. 1911 mags. are cheap and easy to find. I paid $259 two years ago for it and was the best purchase I ever made. more

    April 19, 2017
    Michael
  • 100

    Shoots very nice. Recoil was light enough that my wife had no problems shooting it. Only problem I found with this gun, when I was doing the 200 round break in the spent shells kept hitting my forehead.

    November 8, 2016
    Jwarpd
  • 100

    I have always been a "steel only" guy when it comes to firearms, since I got started by collecting milsurps. For years I carried all-steel firearms (which I still enjoy), and then I happened to rent this pistol while at ...a range with friends who were new to shooting. I immediately fell in love with the Kahr CW45 and found it here at the Sportsman's Guide for cheap, especially with 4-pay! One problem that I had with blued steel that I carried before was that my sweat would eat away at the finish - not so with stainless! I first picked up some Tulammo, but the CW45 does NOT like it. There were only one or two times in 50 cartridges that it cycled, and several times it locked the slide up (requiring my gunsmithing hammer to open up). However, since using brass/aluminum ammo, the CW45 has been absolutely flawless. I've fired over 300 rounds without failure now. This gun weighs about the same when loaded as my old steel carry gun, and is only slightly bigger. The magazine Kahr sends you has a base plate that sticks out of the grip for no real reason, and hinders concealability somewhat. After some research, it appears that the Kimber 7 round 1911 magazines will fit flush to the grip and cycle with no modifications necessary. Assuming that those work, that will make the CW45 even better for concealment, as well as giving me an extra cartridge per magazine. The pistol shoots well. It has a long pull that is very similar to a revolver. As someone who carried a revolver for a couple of years, I appreciate the similarity. No safeties to get in the way: just aim and pull. Follow up shots are definitely not as fast as the smaller calibers I'm used to, but it's not excessive. I find that I can hit what I am for pretty quickly with this pistol. Also, I love that it fires .45, as I always had some doubts about the smaller calibers I used to carry (I know, I know...shot placement). If you're thinking about picking it up, go for it! I still love my all-steel guns and revolvers, but I trust my life to the Kahr CW45. It has become my favorite pistol to shoot and carry. more

    August 10, 2016
    Seseous
  • 100

    This is not my first Kahr The Others have been excellent I Have only fired 220 Rnds so far in the CW45 with zero problems FMJ Brass and Steel Case and Hollow Points. Kahr recommends 200 rnds for break-in they get even be...tter with use that says allot because they're already excellent when new. Also I Tried several old Surplus 1911 Mags and they worked perfectly in this gun. more

    May 20, 2016
    BIG JOHN
  • 100

    Shipment was fast and payment was easy with 4-Pay. There was a list of nearby FFLs so I didn't have to locate a gun shop. Product arrived in great shape and I'm looking forward to taking it to the range to get familiar w...ith it. I chose Karh, by the way, based upon online reviews. I liked the small size, good performance, and smooth trigger. I think I got a lot of pistol for $306. more

    April 10, 2016
    Dallas
  • 100

    March 29, 2016
    JOE D
  • 100

    this is a great gun ,great price. I was hitting 2 inch groups right out of the box. no problem with recoil, bought a second magazine, if your on the fence buy it!

    August 23, 2017
    hank
  • 100

    Took it out to the range and shot off 150 rounds the first time after receiving it. My conclusion is that you will have problems if you use Russian (Wolf or Tulamo) steel casing rounds. I had real bad FTF (failure to fee...d) and/or FTE (failure to extract) but didn't have any problems when I used either brass reloads or brass factory loads. Also, the magazine that came with this weapon did not seat well when you insert it unless you slap it in very hard and sometimes several times so I went and stopped using it but instead I had extra magazines from my Citadel 3.5" 1911 7-round magazines made by ACT that fit and went in well. My more expensive 7-round, stainless steel Chip McCormick magazines will not even stay in at all. So if you want extra mags for this, you can purchase a 7-round 1911 magazines made for Citadel 3.5" compact or Rock Island Armory made by ACT. more

    August 14, 2017
    Cujo
  • 100

    May 18, 2017
    Stevo
  • 100

    I got this because I am a .45 cal. person and was looking for a CCW. I love the 1911, and have a bunch of 1911 mags and they fit well in this weapon, no problem. The Kahr likes brass casings and ball ammo, works well wit...h them. Easy to shoot and accurate, trigger squeeze is long like a revolver, but you know when it will go bang after one mag. Have shot over 500 rounds through and I can shoot 2 inch groups at 7 yards and all in a pie plate at 20 yards. Would recommend to anyone who likes the 1911 and the .45 cal. ammo who is looking for a CCW. 1911 mags. are cheap and easy to find. I paid $259 two years ago for it and was the best purchase I ever made. more

    April 21, 2017
    Michael
  • 100

    Shoots very nice. Recoil was light enough that my wife had no problems shooting it. Only problem I found with this gun, when I was doing the 200 round break in the spent shells kept hitting my forehead.

    November 9, 2016
    Jwarpd
  • 100

    I have always been a "steel only" guy when it comes to firearms, since I got started by collecting milsurps. For years I carried all-steel firearms (which I still enjoy), and then I happened to rent this pistol while at ...a range with friends who were new to shooting. I immediately fell in love with the Kahr CW45 and found it here at the Sportsman's Guide for cheap, especially with 4-pay! One problem that I had with blued steel that I carried before was that my sweat would eat away at the finish - not so with stainless! I first picked up some Tulammo, but the CW45 does NOT like it. There were only one or two times in 50 cartridges that it cycled, and several times it locked the slide up (requiring my gunsmithing hammer to open up). However, since using brass/aluminum ammo, the CW45 has been absolutely flawless. I've fired over 300 rounds without failure now. This gun weighs about the same when loaded as my old steel carry gun, and is only slightly bigger. The magazine Kahr sends you has a base plate that sticks out of the grip for no real reason, and hinders concealability somewhat. After some research, it appears that the Kimber 7 round 1911 magazines will fit flush to the grip and cycle with no modifications necessary. Assuming that those work, that will make the CW45 even better for concealment, as well as giving me an extra cartridge per magazine. The pistol shoots well. It has a long pull that is very similar to a revolver. As someone who carried a revolver for a couple of years, I appreciate the similarity. No safeties to get in the way: just aim and pull. Follow up shots are definitely not as fast as the smaller calibers I'm used to, but it's not excessive. I find that I can hit what I am for pretty quickly with this pistol. Also, I love that it fires .45, as I always had some doubts about the smaller calibers I used to carry (I know, I know...shot placement). If you're thinking about picking it up, go for it! I still love my all-steel guns and revolvers, but I trust my life to the Kahr CW45. It has become my favorite pistol to shoot and carry. more

    August 12, 2016
    Seseous
  • 100

    This is not my first Kahr The Others have been excellent I Have only fired 220 Rnds so far in the CW45 with zero problems FMJ Brass and Steel Case and Hollow Points. Kahr recommends 200 rnds for break-in they get even be...tter with use that says allot because they're already excellent when new. Also I Tried several old Surplus 1911 Mags and they worked perfectly in this gun. more

    May 17, 2016
    BIG JOHN
  • 100

    Shipment was fast and payment was easy with 4-Pay. There was a list of nearby FFLs so I didn't have to locate a gun shop. Product arrived in great shape and I'm looking forward to taking it to the range to get familiar w...ith it. I chose Karh, by the way, based upon online reviews. I liked the small size, good performance, and smooth trigger. I think I got a lot of pistol for $306. more

    April 6, 2016
    Dallas
  • 100

    March 28, 2016
    JOE D
  • 100

    I am a 1911 lover, but the old faithful is just to heavy to carry and to big to conceal. I was looking for a compact 45 ACP for a carry gun. The Kahr CW45 really fit the bill. What a nice gun!! Shoots like a champ and cy...cles noticeable quicker than a 1911. Couldn't be happier with the gun or with SGs service. I ordered the Kahr on a Sunday evening and SG had it in my hands by Wednesday afternoon. SG, "YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME" more

    March 27, 2016
    Hughi2
  • 100

    Best darn "gunfighter" pistol I have ever owned.
    This weapon is amazing for the price! I have a CW45 and CW40 and I have had zero problems or complaints for either weapon. After 32 years of law enforcement and owning top notch weapons to include Sig Colt S&W and Gl...ock I pick the Kahr for my every-day carry and on Sunday twice. The CW45 uses 1911 magazines and that is a big plus for me. I see more Kahr weapons in my future. more

    March 28, 2017
    Jet
  • 100

    real good small 45acp
    shoots good----no problems

    August 6, 2016
    DAVY
  • 100

    Great gun
    Great all round gun!! Very pleased. Easy to carry and shook it is great fun.... No problems at all....

    September 10, 2015
    stephen

Kahr Arms CW45 Critic Reviews

Positive: 9 Mixed: 0 Negative: 1
  • Small and reliable, this 45 fits the bill. I've fired over 500 rounds without a problem. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a reasonable priced 45 acp.

    January 31, 2016
    Smoke
  • I have two Kahr pistols, K-9 and CW45, both are great guns. I found so far one issuse with both weapons, If reloading need to stay with 9mm .355 dia bullets, 45acp .451 dia. If due to plating bullet dia. is .001 or large...r, both will not chamber. Kahr needs to have machine a better chamber to barrel fit. more

    August 11, 2014
    MIKE J
  • This pistol is just the ticket for CCW either for LE or Civilian use. Great "undercover" weapon that does not shout "Police/DEA" NIce looking in it's own "ugly duckling" way compared to similar striker fired weapons. Car...ries well in a pants pocket or in any holster for decent design. WIth 1 up the spout you have 7 rds of 45ACP. Ya can't do alot better than that. more

    May 5, 2014
    Arizona Michael
  • I purchased this pre owned, and was doubtful that a lightweight .45ACP could be pleasant to shoot. I was shocked. This is a phenomenal shooter, i have somewhat small hands and it fits like a glove. I found the gun to be ...accurate, i was keeping a 4" group at 10 yards with minimal focus. The recoil is really light for a .45acp, in fact it has less felt recoil than the ruger or keltec LC9/PF9. This was the general agreement of the range buddies as well. I have only had one malfunction, which was a spent case that failed to clear the slide, but i believe that was operator error by way of inadvertently hitting the mag release with my thumb. There arent a ton of good leather carry holsters out there, but it fits in most of my Glock 26 holsters just fine. Overall, if you want a carry or house gun (or both) this is a great multi-purpose 'universal' pistol. Certainly light enough for carry, but still very shootable at the range. At under $400 in most stores and online, i say buy it. more

    April 24, 2013
    JS
  • I was pleasently supprised by how little recoil such a light high caliber pistol produces I purchased and cleaned it then went to the range and fired about 60 rounds through it not a good judge on how accurate it is as I... am a lousy shot with handguns working on that riffles are more my thing but wanted a pistol for home defence and this one seems to be a perfect fit. more

    February 21, 2013
    walt flood
  • Nice pistol . Only it failed to go bang on a rergular basis . The factory returned it to me with a new slide but it still would not work . This was witnessed by my shooter freinds , range owner , and the seller . I have ...an older all steel K-9 that is very reliable . How could they miss this at the service center ? more

    April 10, 2012
    kenneth jenkins
  • Bought the gun for personal protection. As a full time carrie weapon. After less than 50 rounds, it started misfiring. Had to be sent back to the factor. It took over three weeks to get it fixed and returned. I bought th...e gun because it was made in the USA. Karh had been in business over 10 yrs. As of right now now I am not happy the Kahr Co. Only time will tell if the weapon will be ok. more

    April 5, 2012
    Bill Grimsley
  • I love this gun. Right out of the box it shot great. I did a thorough cleaning when I got it. It shoots everything I have tried and is very accurate. It is my only concealed cary weapon now.

    December 12, 2011
    Suncoasty
  • I have had this gun for 6 months now and have shot around 400 rds through it. The gun is small, thin and light weight. Easy to conceal. I have put everything from Ball, HP and SWC and feeds all but the Nosler 185 JHP for... some reason. Recoil is manageable. I have read some bad reviews about this gun but mine has thankfully has been a great , fun gun to shoot. I think its a geat buy for its intended purpose. more

    July 13, 2011
    BK
  • Fun to shoot. Light and reliable. More accurate than expected! Shoot nearly as well as an expensive 1911 style .45,

    April 22, 2011
    Mesquite gun man