Hi Guys. Hope everybody is doing well. A bit of a newbie question here, please be kind. I picked up a Kahr CW9 yesterday, partially because of the good reviews I read on the site. I went to the range today and put a quick 150 rnds down the pipe, and it worked perfectly (other 1 FTF, but I think the magazine was not inserted all the way, so it was probably OE). Can't complain there. Problem is I just can't shoot the damn thing that well. It wasn't horrible, but most of the guns I've owned were 1911's, and I can get a group of 1" @ 10 yards consistently. This thing seemed like it was all over the place. Not "horrible" all over the place, just what I'd call sloppy. It also seemed to pull to the left a little, no matter how I tried to compensate. I realize this is a pocket gun, more or less, and it's never going to have that crisp break and awesome trigger of a 1911, but the combination of that long trigger, short barrel and small grip turned my accuracy to crap. Did I make a mistake buying this thing? It wasn't cheap. I know 1 range trip is not even scratching the surface in terms of learning the weapon. I suppose I should give it at least one more go round before I make a decision. If I continue to not like it, what are my options? I'd hate to have made a really expensive mistake. The flip side is it is wonderful to carry, hardly know it's there. So light, I couldn't imagine a more comfortable gun to carry.