CW40 trigger vs. CM9 trigger
I bought a CM9 a few months ago and it's performed great, accurate and reliable through the first 300 rounds so far. The trigger pull has been very consistent, smooth and long, with a clean consistent break.
So when I came across a CW40 (good condition, round count ~200) for a decent price I picked it up, expecting a similar trigger - except it's not. The pull is pretty consistent, but the break varies and sometimes it seems like an additional squeeze is needed at the end of the trigger pull to get it to fire. When dry firing, with a little downward pressure on the top of the slide, it feels like I can get all the way to the end of the trigger pull before it'll fire.
So my question is, it this typical for a CW40 or did the previous owner possibly damage the trigger mechanism? I do like the gun and would send it out to have it fixed for reasonable cost, but if this is a symptom of something that's expensive to fix and/or a result of the previous owner monkeying with the trigger mechanism I'll probably return it (he offered to take it back if I wasn't happy) and buy a different CW 40.
If this is typical or addressable, where's a good place to send it (back to Kahr)? I did a little research and it appears that the CW series don't come with the elite trigger from Kahr and it isn't available as a retrofit - so my guess is I'm looking at a 3rd party smith who does good kahr work.
Any feedback is apprecaited, thanks!
edited to update:
Returned the CW40 to the previous owner after speaking w/ Kahr - would have been a different matter if I bought new, but wasn't worth my time and trouble to resolve and their technical support guy said it is definitely something that should be looked at.