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pm9 upgrades

This is a discussion on pm9 upgrades within the Kahr Forum Announcements forums, part of the Kahr Forum category; I am a proud owner of a PM9 and was wondering if anyone knows if there is anyway to improve the trigger?...

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    pm9 upgrades

    I am a proud owner of a PM9 and was wondering if anyone knows if there is anyway to improve the trigger?

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    Welcome to the forum spikesrus850t, what specifically would you like to see?
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    Thank you, I just feel that the trigger pull is a little hard and long. If there was a way to smooth out and shorten the pull this would make this pistol absolutely unbeatable. Don't get me wrong for the size and caliber there are very few pistols that can compete.

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    The Kahr pistols have one of the nicest factory triggers on the market. They are set that way for a reason, as otherwise you may have an unintentional discharge.

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    Not disputing that the factory trigger is not good but most people classify the PM9 as a backup pistol and will carry it in their pocket. This is the main reason for the long pull. What if you want to carry it as a primary a crisp short pull would be desirable.

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    Howdy, I wouldn't mess with it.
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    performance sear is all ya need.

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    Performance sear, have you tried this?

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    It supposedly reduces the pull and reset................but the stock trigger is pretty good as is.............!!!!!!!
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    I saw a video stating to replace the striker spring with Wolf springs. They have a kit that is supposed to reduce the trigger pull. Has anyone tried this and if you have does the pistol still function reliably?

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