I wanted a small pocket 9mm due to the easy of CC. So I sold my glock and bought a Kahr CM9.....I'm broke and couldn't afford to purchase another gun outright. So, initially when looking at one in a store I liked the way it fit my hand, the weight, feel, everything. I dry fired it and thought the pull was long but I could get used to it. So I ordered one. It arrived.....and I took it out today. First I noticed it shot low. Apparently this is common. So the trigger pull was just too damn long. My main pistol experience is shooting 1911's, and glocks, so this was very different. I am concerned that I may not get used to this trigger. I could't keep all 7 rounds inside an 8" group at about 10 yards, maybe 5 out of 7 would group within the 8". To me this is unacceptable. Being a carry gun I want to be able to accurately hit my target, not some poor bystander. I put 200 rounds through it, and my feel for the trigger didn't seem to improve. Is this just the nature of the beast? Does anyone have any tips on becoming comfortable with this trigger? I'd like to keep this pistol, but to keep it I need to become more proficient with it. Practice practice practice, I know, but damn that pull is a mile long.