And these pics I WILL post.
It's not a formal range - just a rough berm in the WMA that is legal to use until hunting season gets serious. It's a half mile walk in. Hanging the targets on a clothes line rather than having them on a stand adds a bit of a challenge when the breeze kicks up. Don't laugh at the cluster in the lower left of the one target - I was trying for the orange dot while the breeze was blowing. I finally taped a can to the bottom of each target to give it a little weight and steadiness.
And frabjous day, caloo, calay - just when I was seriously thinking of getting rid of the Kahr because of jamming issues I did some digging online. Turns out that it's a long known issue with the CW's 7 round magazines. AND instead of racking the slide to load the first round, you are supposed to insert the magazine with the gun locked open. Then disengage the lock and let it chamber the first round. AND if you load a mag completely, the first round will want to tilt nose down and jam, so just load 6. There was a whole explanation of what was going on in the guts of the gun that caused the issues, but the important thing is that I took that knowledge back to the range today and had only one jamb, and that was a flaw in the cartridge that I hadn't noticed. Seems odd that Kahr hasn't fixed the issue and appears to have to intention of doing so.
Next time a rifle or two is going back.
Now to deal with the reload issue. Brass I have coming out of my ears, primers are available. But bullets are as scarce as hen's teeth. It's not going to do any good to start shooting if I'm going to get pinched on practice ammo.