I think I may go exactly with that rig if that Kahr feels good in my hands.
Forgot to mention, all Kahr pistols have a 200-round break-in period. I'm sure most normal people will shoot their handguns enough to trust them but they say it's required since the guns are tightly-fitted.
My own CM9 only had one issue in the first day - the slide didn't lock back on the last round of the first magazine, and that's IT. It will run all profiles of ammo reliably. The lighter handloads I make sometimes give it fits, but that is simply my underpowered stuff and is not a fault of the gun. It will have a VERY tight action when you buy it so I would suggest some very hot stuff when you first shoot it to smooth it out. I ran the hottest handloads I had when I first shot it. It sped up the process.
Also forgot to mention that the barrel is +P-rated. It is made by Walther and is very high quality. The entire pistol is just a little tank.
EDIT: I also suggest you get yourself a set of Talon Grips. The gun is very light-recoiling compared to most subcompact 9mms, but the stippling on the grip is very sharp and eventually starts to hurt. Talon Grips remedy this issue and make it shootable all day long. http://talongungrips.com/Talon-Grips-for-Kahr-Kahr.htm;jsessionid=340ADD9B7276B13AEE5EC4F37B33BD4C.qscstrfrnt02
This post was edited on 11/13 at 7:49 pm