What's the difference in your eyes to the two?
That's a good point.
The main thing I was saying is that "small" doesn't necessarily mean comfortable. The Glock's dimensions are similar to the Kahr's, except in thickness. "Small" doesn't mean it's ideal for all types of carry. Thickness is often overlooked for CC and it is the most important dimension. The name "baby Glock" is a terrible misnomer, because it should be named "chubby baby Glock."
I would say it is an apples-to-apples comparison to my SR9c with the right holster. A Glock would probably carry comfortably with a holster like the White Hat or a Crossbreed. Skuter, if you have one of these style holsters you should be fine. I just think a little clip-on holster is not ideal for a Glock, or any double stack for that matter.
Second did you buy the sr9c because you love it or do you love it because you have it?
Well I would say both. I don't know exactly what you're asking.
I originally bought the SR9c for CC before I had my permit. I watched Hickok45's video with it and liked how reasonably it was priced. I started to lose my love for it when I started carrying my Kahr and my dad held onto the Ruger for a while. I suggested selling it to him and he thought about it. While I was waiting for his decision I brought it to the range again and realized how awesome of a gun it is - the trigger is awesome, the grip is great, the recoil is light. It is just a damn well-made gun. Then I got pulled over by a cop and he suggested a White Hat holster without giving me a ticket
. So I bought one and haven't looked back since.