One of the specific areas of issue for me was the trigger. You see, the CM9 is so small that a two handed grip will actually end up enabling your trigger finger to reach your support hand and slow it down slightly. I also noted the pinch that my trigger finger experienced from shooting. I have no idea where it came from, but it stung a bit until my hand got used to the gun.
I have yet to find the Kahr CM9 to be out of my natural point of aim, which is comforting for me. Usually going back and forth from a double stack pistol to a single stack requires some retraining of the grip technique. Just another thing I appreciate about the CM9 and other Kahr pistols as well, perhaps.
I will tell you right now that you would do good to hang onto this pistol if you do not wish for your shots to shotgun your target. Locking the wrist and applying a tight grip seems to do the trick. This sounds simple but doing this while also dealing with the sharp grip and manipulating the trigger without moving the sights can be difficult. This pistol does not just fall right back on target, so it is on you to manage it with your muscles and mastery of the fundamentals. The Bore axis doesn't do anything for you and the clearest proof is that the Nano has less recoil in feel and flip but has a higher bore axis and lighter springs. Theoretically the Nano should recoil more even though it weighs more, since all the weight is in the slide.