want to like the polymer Kahrs but I can't own a firearm where part of the break in process is chewing up the polymer frame rails. I know I there are metal inserts, but still in my mind that's not a pistol that will last you down the road.
Those are not just inserts. If you pass a magnet around the underside you'll realize that those "inserts" are one continuous piece of steel inside the polymer.
I wanted to look at the Bersa BP9CC but couldn't find one when I was in the market. I loved the Ruger LC9 untill I tried that ungodly long trigger pull. I went with the Kahr CW9 because to me it was the perfect compromise between full size and pocket, it fit my hand without my pinky being under the magwell, and the trigger was better than any other DA only in that price range. I recently added the Trijicon night sights, a Wolff striker spring, and a Hogue Handall Jr. slip- on grip. I can carry it IWB with a T-shirt or in a slide with a longer sweatshirt or light jacket.