Some years ago, when the Kahr 9mm pistol was introduced, I obtained and tested an example as soon as possible. In doing so, I found a reliable handgun with excellent features. A smooth Double Action Only trigger, excellent machine work, and a truly compact frame made for a trend-setting pistol. The design was both fresh and intelligent.
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Kahr has two new handguns for 2016. Part of the Value Series Plus product line, the .380 ACP CW380TU features
Kahr’s new Gen2 Premium pistols made their début at the 2015 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, and according to a company announcement, you can actually put your hands on some in Booth #2049
Excellent ergonomics and performance do not always equate with affordability. The Kahr CW40 is an exception. There are corners cut when
Several decades ago, a new company emerged offering first class handguns designed for concealed carry. While makers come and go Kahr
Warm or cold weather, fashion, tactical considerations and personal preferences will all play into your decision when
Handgun articles are a favorite of readers who visit The Shooter’s Log, and interest in handguns cuts across
After introducing its value-price CT40 and CT45 at SHOT Show 2014, Kahr finally releases the 9mm, CT9. Cheaper Than Dirt!
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have added a third day of articles about new handguns introduced at the show. In this edition are details about Kahr Arms’ CT4543 and full-frame CT40 and CT45 and Magnum Research’s 3-inch ultra-compact 1911, the Undercover DE1911U. Also, Para USA has new 9mm 1911-patterned handguns, and Remington surprises the firearms industry again with the introduction of the new R51 compact 9mm semi-auto.
Known for reliable, tough pocket pistols in a price range that reflects their quality, a Kahr goes bang every time. For self-defense, you can trust your life on a Kahr handgun. Now, with a saturated market of affordable and even cheap, small defensive handguns, Kahr Arms introduces two new full-sized pistols that it hopes will grab a portion of the market share.
A picture of a Kahr PM9 pistol with a Tiffany blue frame, packed in a famous Tiffany box with a Tiffany necklace draped over it is making the rounds on social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram. I have seen plenty of comments asking where to get the gun. I understand why. What woman’s smile doesn’t get brighter when handed that distinctive blue box? What’s even better than jewelry? A 9mm inside that rather large Tiffany box. I can see how this picture is going viral right before the holidays.
Introduced in 1995, and originally conceived as an off-duty gun for peace officers, many of the features of
Ideology is a strong motivator, but so is the bottom line—profits. Businesses have to protect profits; it is the very lifeblood that
The paper reported that Madison, N.C.-based Remington, which is part of the nation’s largest firearms company and has its largest plant in Ilion, N.Y, has scouted sites near Nashville’s airport, Lebanon and Clarksville, Tenn.
Kahr Firearms Group is engaged in discussions with a development group representing Blooming Grove Township of Pike County, Pennsylvania, to open a new manufacturing site and relocate the Kahr corporate office from New York to Pennsylvania. Kahr’s corporate offices are currently located in Rockland County in Pearl River, New York.
These are three of the most popular 9mm pocket pistols sold last year. Their features vary considerably. The Kahr and GLOCK are both reliable and proven designs. However, the Shield is a fierce up-and-comer. Which one would fit your needs as a daily concealed carry weapon?
Kahr Arms does pistols right and that is why every Kahr Arms handgun is indistinguishable—you can tell it’s a Kahr. They don’t mess with fancy aesthetics that make no difference to the functionality of their guns, they just make a gun that works reliably every time. Kahr’s new 2013 CW380 is no different. It looks just like the P380, but at a considerably lower price point.
There is something about old models of guns, especially military firearms. At the 2013 SHOT Show, Kahr, Auto-Ordnance and Magnum Research put out a few throwbacks I thought the world should see. The Thompson sported a familiar configuration. A 30-round stick magazine and that huge reciprocating charging handle. Unlike many modern semi- or fully-automatic sporting rifles, it’s fun to actually see the charging handle fly back toward you when the weapon cycles. It still strikes me as odd when I see old model firearms fresh from the factory. Most of the originals have very aged wood and no shortage of dents and scratches from years of improper storage or heavy use. Seeing clean and shiny new Thompson sub-machine guns decorating the walls on the side of a huge portrait of Winston Churchill holding a Thompson is just plain cool looking.