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Old January 20th, 2012, 04:40 PM   #1
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New (used) backup pistol Sig P-239 in 9mm

My agency recently de-authorized the carry of Kahr K9 pistols so I had to pick up another pistol for backup use.
I found a used Sig P-239 in 9mm on Gunbroker and it should be here next week. Unfortunately the Ross leather pancake holster I ordered for it is on backorder until March. Its worth the wait though, unitl then I'll just stick with my P226 until the holster arrives.


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NYC, why did they deauthorize it? Just curious, was it safety issues

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Caliber 9mm or .40S&W, .357SIG
Action Type DA/SA
Trigger Pull DA 10.0 lbs
Trigger Pull SA 4.4 lbs
Overall Length 6.6 in
Overall Height 5.1 in
Overall Width 1.2 in
Barrel Length 3.6 in
Sight Radius 5.2 in
Weight w/Mag 29.5 oz


GLOCK 19 9x19


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9x19
WEIGHT
595 g / 20.99 oz.
LOADED (~)
850 g / 29.98 oz.

LENGTH
174 mm / 6.85 in.
HEIGHT
127 mm / 5.00 in. MAG. CAPACITY
Standard: 15
OPTIONAL
17 / 19 / 33

WIDTH
30 mm / 1.18 in.
BARREL HEIGHT
32 mm / 1.26 in.
TRIGGER PULL
2.5 kg / 5.5 lbs.
TRIGGER TRAVEL
12.5 mm / 0.5 in.

BARREL LENGTH
102 mm / 4.02 in.

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NYC, why did they deauthorize it? Just curious, was it safety issues
Kahr's triggers are made with powdered metal (MIM-Metal injection moulding), they're prone to breakage even before the pistol can fire a single round. Kahr refused to replace the triggers with one made from machined steel. Kind of pissed because I liked carrying and shooting it.
Many, if not ALL firearms manufacturers are using this process now, just that Kahr's design on the trigger left the hinge pin at the top where its thin and weak.

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You'll like your P239. The P239 in .357SIG is one of my agency's authorized off-duty weapons, I've been carrying one off-duty for about 6-7 years now. Hasn't given me a lick of trouble.

I run a tritium front sight with a plain black rear, Hogue grips, and recently installed an SRT kit.

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You'll like your P239. The P239 in .357SIG is one of my agency's authorized off-duty weapons, I've been carrying one off-duty for about 6-7 years now. Hasn't given me a lick of trouble.

I run a tritium front sight with a plain black rear, Hogue grips, and recently installed an SRT kit.
I'd love to but my agency requires the pistol to be in a DAO configuration and does not allow the shorter trigger.
I wish we had the foresight to select a better cartridge but since we're stuck with the 9mm, the ammo we have these days is at least very good. We're using 124gr Speer Gold Dot +P. Excellent performance. Its no 357 Sig but its definitely performed well in the street.


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They are superb pistols. I prefer the 9mm myself.

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Caliber - 9x19mm
Capacity - 7+1
Action - Striker-Fired Double-Action Only (DAO)
Barrel - 3.5 inches
Weight - 15.9 oz. with empty magazine

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Background
Since the K9 and K40 pistols hit the market, the most persistent criticism has been their weight-to-size ratio. In some cases, such as firing the K40 with full-house loads, the all-steel construction is a blessing. The substantial weight reduces muzzle flip and contributes to controllability, but can take its toll when carrying for hours on end. Kahr had been experimenting for several years with ways to lighten the gun. First with an aluminum frame, which failed to withstand high-volume shooting, and then with polymer. The polymer-frame P9 was unveiled in prototype form at the 2000 SHOT Show, and came to market in numbers by late summer of that year. Weighing almost half as much as the standard K9, the P9 is widely recognized as the cream of the crop in Kahr's family of fine carry pistols.

Fit and finish
The P9 is a spendy beast - street price is on par with or slightly higher than Glocks - but is well worth it. The P9 ships with two 7rd single-stack magazines, a trigger lock and documentation, in a lockable black plastic case.

My P9 is two-tone - stainless steel slide over black polymer frame. Though a blued model is available, I have found the stainless/polymer combination to be attractive, rust-resistant and low-maintenance. Parts fit is clean and tight, as is typical of Kahr pistols. Slide action is smooth, but the strength of the P9's recoil spring is evident - shooters with reduced hand strength may have trouble operating this pistol. The single stack magazines are identical to those used in the K9, and are of similarly excellent construction.

In the hand, the P9 feels incredibly thin, yet is still a palpably solid piece of hardware. Frame thickness is akin to the standard P9 with the grip panels removed. The polymer frame is stippled on the sides with checkered front- and backstraps, in much the same pattern as Glock. The most striking feature of the P9, of course, is its light weight. The P9, fully loaded, weighs less than an empty Glock 26! Yet thanks to its excellent ergonomics and stout recoil spring, the P9 does not recoil appreciably more.

Range testing
Early P9's suffered various malfunctions as a result of a defective slide stop retainer spring. Mine broke during the gun's first string of fire, causing the slide to seize shut on the last round of every magazine. A quick trip back to Kahr Arms had the upgraded part installed, and the gun has performed admirably ever since. The chamber tightness reported in many K9's is not present in the P9, and it has proven totally reliable with reloads, FMJ and a variety of high-performance hollowpoint loads.

The P9 is one of the most naturally pointing carry pistols I own, and accuracy is outstanding. This pistol comes standard with Kahr's "Elite" trigger package, which is a $100 upgrade on the K- and MK-series guns. The Elite trigger has redesigned geometry, resulting in a shorter and smoother pull, though at the expense of about an extra pound of pull weight. Having trained extensively with the short safe-action trigger of the Glocks, I much prefer Kahr's Elite trigger over the standard pull, and would've had it installed in the P9 if it was not already so equipped.

Druthers
Many have complained about the size of the slide stop lever on the P9. In truth, it is no larger than standard, although the lack of grip panels on the P9 makes it stand out more. I initially thought this part would be a source of discomfort, but that has not been the case in actual shooting. Still, Kahr Arms has listened to its customers and has introduced a slimmed-down slide stop lever as standard on current production P9s. This part can also be retrofit to older pistols. I would still like to see a more secure method of retaining the slide stop pin. The upgraded spring design is still not as secure as a good metal-to-metal fit, like that found on the K- and MK-series pistols.

The Bottom Line
The Kahr P9 is the best pistol the company has produced to date. It features solid construction, outstanding accuracy, good ergonomics, light weight and adequate firepower. Kahr has not yet achieved "big name" status among US shooters in general, but I believe the P9, P40 and their subcompact PM-Series counterparts will find favor among citizens who are serious about defensive weaponcraft. Lighter and thinner than the Glock 26 but more reliable and refined than the Kel-Tec P11, the P-Series pistols are positioned to secure Kahr Arms a large chunk of the concealable handgun market in the coming years.



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UPDATE 4/10 I fixed the trigger pin walking issue described below some time back, but just now realized I never got around to posting an update. The fix was simply to remove and reinstall the pin backwards from what was shown in the schematic. The slightly flared end is now on the left side of the frame and prevents the pin from moving. I don't know if it's "right" or not, but it has worked for several hundred rounds now with no issues.
UPDATE 2/06 After several years of trouble-free ownership, another bug has sprung up in the P9. The trigger pivot pin will "walk" about 1/16" out of the frame after just a few magazines have been fired. The protruding end of the pin abrades the base of the trigger finger on the shooting hand and is quite annoying. More importantly, additional slippage could cause functioning problems. I'm contemplating a course of action to remedy this.

UPDATE 10/01 Further reliability problems developed almost a year after having the slide stop spring upgraded, so I once more sent the pistol back to Kahr for warranty repair. Upon examining the repaired pistol, it appears that the spring retainer mechanism has been redesigned a third time, and the newest low-profile slide stop lever has been installed. I am confident that this combination of upgrades will permanently solve the problems that have plagued this particular pistol from the outset. Additionally, these features should be standard in new-production P9s by the time you read this.

UPDATE 12/00 P9 has been 100% reliable since having the slide stop retaining spring upgraded, and is now my primary carry pistol. Stay tuned for updates as events warrant.


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Captain3803-10-2010, 12:21 PM
The NYPD reportedly had what they thought were serious problems with the Kahr K9 pistols a couple of years ago which ultimately led the department to remove them from their approved handguns list.

Exactly what were those supposed problems and what efforts did Kahr make in attempting to resolve them?

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Vinikahr03-10-2010, 01:33 PM
The NYPD reportedly had what they thought were serious problems with the Kahr K9 pistols a couple of years ago which ultimately led the department to remove them from their approved handguns list.

Exactly what were those supposed problems and what efforts did Kahr make in attempting to resolve them?

Good question.
I am patiently waiting for the gurus to answer this one.
And Welcome to the board!

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T.Webb03-15-2010, 06:28 PM
I'm waiting also. And, I currently own one of those very guns.

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hsart03-15-2010, 06:51 PM
My understanding is that there was no official statement as to the problems that was issued by either Kahr or NYPD. I may be wrong on this but would like to know as well. I have heard various rumors - all unsubstantiated. You would think that Kahr would have issued a statement to totally and finally resolve any future concerns regarding the K9.

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JodyH03-15-2010, 07:36 PM
NYPD requested a longer trigger pull (1/2" instead of 3/8") these pistol eventually had problems with the trigger not resetting.
To my knowledge this has not been a problem for standard 3/8" trigger pull K9's, just the NYPD mongrel guns.

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fnforme03-17-2010, 12:10 PM
I recall reading a long thread in another forum some time ago in which the someone from NYPD had posted that the guns were experiencing all kinds of parts breakages and jams.

This is hard to believe for me because my daily carry gun is a K9 NYPD spec. It has been utterly reliable through over 1000 rds so far. FWIW, NYPD seems to experience problems with guns at a higher rate than most. It seems a little fishy. Perhaps politics to push for the adoption of another gun due to financial concerns?

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hsart03-17-2010, 12:17 PM
I recall reading a long thread in another forum some time ago in which the someone from NYPD had posted that the guns were experiencing all kinds of parts breakages and jams.

This is hard to believe for me because my daily carry gun is a K9 NYPD spec. It has been utterly reliable through over 1000 rds so far. FWIW, NYPD seems to experience problems with guns at a higher rate than most. It seems a little fishy. Perhaps politics to push for the adoption of another gun due to financial concerns?
I agree. From everything I have read on the subject, I would bet that the NYPD decision had internal political/financial overtones, though they apparently went through a lengthy review process before deciding on the K9. Never made much sense.

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jocko03-17-2010, 03:48 PM
karh is in the process of getting the K9 re approved. Have no idea why it was dropped out of the NYPD off duty list. Lots of politics in NYPD guys, you all know that. there has never been ever any instances of any k9 breaking etc and the 1/2" longer trigger system is still in the NYPD K( being sold today,s o I ain['t buying the trigger system as athe culprit either. It is as good a "working" system ad the 3/8" pull.

I have a friend whose wife is a police officer in the syracuse NY area and her two backup guns are the P380 and PM9, ...

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T.Webb03-17-2010, 08:21 PM
I spoke to a retired NYPD "armorer" today, and he said that NYPD dictated the gun be made with a certain trigger pull and when it was made to spec, they then just didn't like it.

Other than that, he said there was nothing wrong with the gun.

Well, I just spoke to someone at Kahr about another issue. while on the phone, I took a minute to ask him. He said that the NYPD spec'd the gun with a 7 lb. trigger spring. After the gun "wore in' the trigger lightened up to 5 lbs. No good for the NYPD.

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mbv698806-16-2010, 05:39 PM
I have a new K9 and had to buy it with the dang NYPD trigger because thats the only way the blackened stainless comes as far as I know. I didnt want the NYPD trigger, but gave it a try during the 200rd break in. I didnt like it and thought it was too long. I sent it to Kahr and had the "Elite Trigger Upgrade" installed and now I like it a lot better. It should have come that way in the first place. Why would Kahr do a tribute trigger to LE in a state thats anti-gun???

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jocko06-16-2010, 06:04 PM
I have a new K9 and had to buy it with the dang NYPD trigger because thats the only way the blackened stainless comes as far as I know. I didnt want the NYPD trigger, but gave it a try during the 200rd break in. I didnt like it and thought it was too long. I sent it to Kahr and had the "Elite Trigger Upgrade" installed and now I like it a lot better. It should have come that way in the first place. Why would Kahr do a tribute trigger to LE in a state thats anti-gun???

only difference between the NYPD trigger and the elite is 1/8". I have it in my K9 and can't tell the difference in it compared to my PM9. NYPD striker spring is exactly the same as the elite spring i your gun now also.

glad you like the elite in your K9 but personally I think your make a big nothing out of a nothing also..

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jocko06-16-2010, 06:09 PM
t. webb;;Well, I just spoke to someone at Kahr about another issue. while on the phone, I took a minute to ask him. He said that the NYPD spec'd the gun with a 7 lb. trigger spring. After the gun "wore in' the trigger lightened up to 5 lbs. No good for the NYPD.

I really don't buy that either, being most every striker fired gun works the same way, I would think then that glocks, or others would also loose poundage the same way. Sometimes when one asks a question to a factory person, instead of that person who really doesn't have a clue as to the answer come sup with something totally off the wall.

Not doubting you either, just saying that IMO that is pure BS.

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10Kahrs06-16-2010, 07:55 PM
The NYPD can F*%^K up any gun. They would put a 20lb trigger pull if they could

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hsart06-16-2010, 08:30 PM
Anyone know how many NYPD K9's were made? Seems like it could become a rarity some day.

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nwohsy07-14-2010, 09:05 PM
The NYPD 'Kahr Remediation' was all about the weight of the trigger pull. The guns were not breaking and they were not unsafe. There may have been something leaked about breakage or worn springs needing replacing at some ridiculous interval, but it was all propaganda by NYPD politics. The Glock with a NY-2 trigger is about 12lbs, some Sig P226 DAO were measured as high as 15lbs and the S&W 5946 had along smooth 12lb pull. Then there were the litle Kahr's that after break in were in that 4-6 lb range.

Shooting a Kahr was a healty dose of reality after shooting a NY-2 trigger Glock. Eventually word spread about the light trigger pull of the Kahr and politics kicked in. I think Kahr got the initial pull of a new spring up to 8lbs, but it would drop a little with use. The extra length of the NYPD pull is all about leverage, so the heavier spring is as bearable as a lighter spring on a shorter length of pull.

I believe NYPD hiearchy, the bunch responsible for, but who know nothing about firearms, wanted 10-12 lbs. I am not a gunsmith, but I believe one of the 'problems' is that the Kahr trigger pull weight is soley tied to the firing pin spring, as opposed to a Glock that has the trigger spring on the trigger bar. Inside the Kahr slide there is only so much room for that spring.

I had my Kahr from July 1997 when they were first approved until I retired in 2004. I put around between 9-10,000 round through the gun on the original springs with no problems. The only failure to feed that I ever had was some bogus frangible ammo that wouldn't load before it was broken it.

I was never at Rodman's Neck, and I retired just before the Kahr issues came to light so to some I don't know what I'm talking about. Trust me I do, there was nothing wrong with any of thos guns. Many recent retirees were dumping their Kahrs for $200-$300 because they thought the guns to be junk. There are still many out there and an NYPD Kahr K9 will never be a collectable.

I made the mistake of selling my K9 when I retired, because Kahr's were not on the approved list of my new department. I found out later that they were approved, just not on the list. Stupidity is in every Police Department Administration. I did replace the K9 with a P45 and an MK9, and I have been extremely happy. Rant over.

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OldLincoln07-14-2010, 09:41 PM
Thanks for the solid info, sure beats speculation. Now if you want to sell your P45 for a couple hundred bucks remember I asked first.

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Jarhead0509-13-2010, 01:22 PM
Why would Kahr do a tribute trigger to LE in a state thats anti-gun???


Simple: $$$$$

AFAIK, Ronnie Barrett is the only firearm manufacturer to decline sales to a police agency because of their anti-gun attitude/policies.

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hedgehog09-13-2010, 06:40 PM
why the k9 and not the longer, higher capacity t9?

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Is there a point to your cut/pase posts? I worked at the NYPD Range at Rodman's Neck as a supervisor and the lead gunsmith on the problems with Kahr is a close personal friend. He also carried a Kahr and it did cause him some grief to have to recommend that Kahr be dropped from the authorized carry list. He broke his ass trying to get the issue resolved. Unfortunately Kahr didn't think the problem was worth correcting. Personally, I think Rev. Sun Myung Moon's son Justin is crazy for not wanting to fix the issue. There are plenty of smaller agencies that don't have the luxury of having full time gunsmiths and the ability to T&E firearms on the scale that we can. Because of that, many will sympathetically accept or drop weapons we've added or kicked off the list due to lack of funds to do it themselves. In the end, Kahr will unfortunately lose sales because of it. Personally, I liked my K9 and would have gladly kept carrying it if they corrected the issue.

It wasn't politics or trigger pull weights that did Kahr K9's in. Its the fact that the manufacturing process for the trigger and the placement of the pivot pin in the K9 trigger leaves them prone to breakage which can render the pistol useless in a gunfight. Kahr simply declined to replace the triggers with a stronger machined trigger. When Kahr declined to go to the expense of putting in a better quality trigger not manufactured with the metal injection moulding process, they were eventually dropped from the authorized carry list. We weren't willing to take the chance that a pistol with a sub standard part would potentially fail in the street when called upon to save a cop's life. Its that simple.

The Kahr polymer frame pistols were never authorized for carry by the NYPD. We've had enough problems with Glock to more than likely prevent any polymer frame pistol other than Glock to ever be authorized in my time left with the Dept. Glock pays to stay in play with us. They were close to being dropped more than once and Gaston Glock personally came to NY to see that it didn't happen. To Glock's credit, they offered new G26 pistols in trade for a used Kahr K9 plus $50. Lots of guys I know went for the deal. I personally won't carry a Glock. Long story.

The agency did not request a 12 pound trigger for any of the off duty 9mm's, Kahr included. Unfortunately the full sized duty pistols were spec'd with this option and I personally hate it. The option wasn't possible for the off duty pistols.

Believe me, I would rather have spent the money for another off duty 9mm on something else being that I also own a Kahr K9 that I have been carrying since 1997. I really didn't need the hassle of buying another $500+ handgun for work.


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I carried a Gen 1 SAS P239 for a while. Was an amazing CCW piece. I should never have sold it.

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They are superb pistols. I prefer the 9mm myself.
I agree completely. After having a 239 in .40 since they first became available...and having since shot the 9mm version several times since...I'd probably buy the 9 just for shooting comfort. With a good defense round...they are about the same for effectiveness IMO.

Either way...the Sig 239 is a "go to" handgun in my book.

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It's a great pistol but it feels a little top heavy to me compared to a 226 or 228 and not as good of a pointer. Even so it still has sufficient heft to take the 9mm recoil comfortably.

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After carrying it for about 2 weeks, I like it so far. Its larger and heavier than my Kahr K9 but it also has one more round of ammo in the magazine. 8+1 vs 7+1 capacity in 9mm. I shot a qualification cycle with it recently and it was easy to shoot even in DAO configuration. Accuracy was more than acceptable. I'm using a simple Fobus paddle holster for it until the Ross leather pancake holster arrives at the end of March. IMHO, Ross holsters are well made and worth the wait.

I am happy I went with this over the other two choices available to me which are the G26 and the S&W3914

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