09-02-2012, 10:57 AM
Join Date: Jun 2009
Originally Posted by california leo
kahr is definaely a finicky firearm. For what its, worth I have had feed problems with mine. I polished everything, and it seems to have helped. The biggest factor is ammo selection. Remington has come out with the Express pistol and revolver line of ammo. It has a very round bullet nose. The hollow points are working very well for me now. Wrth trying.
Finding a brand / load of SD ammo with a feed ramp friendly ogive can resolve your problems in the majority of instances w/o reaching for the tools---at least that's been my experience. For instance, CorBon PowRball has a wide cavity in which rests a ball of some type of polymer (maybe Teflon). The ball is smooth and slippery, and gives the round an ogive that will feed in the most finicky of semi-autos. It also prevents plugging of the cavity when passing through heavy clothing, and aids in reliable expansion upon impact. CorBon makes quality ammo, which --for me at least--has been problem free through the years. Golden Saber has also always functioned well. Stay away from the very impressive looking "flying ashtray" designs.....
Last edited by one eye joe; 09-02-2012 at 11:00 AM.