What’s the catch?
The features will be slightly different. Instead of having polygonal rifled barrel, the CM9 will have a conventional rifled barrel (grooves carved into the bore). And it comes with only one 6-round magazine as opposed to two.
Also, the slide stop will be built through a process called Metal Injected Molding (MIM), a less intimate process where metal beads or powder is placed into a mold, heated and then the mold is removed revealing a solid object.
The good people at Karh tell us the CM9 will be available in March and should put you back around $565, but that’s not bad for a Kahr.