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Kahr Arms Launches Limited Edition 25th Anniversary K9

Kahr Arms Launches Limited Edition 25th Anniversary K9

Kahr Firearms Group is introducing the Limited Edition 25th Anniversary K9 pistol.

For 25 years, Kahr Arms has produced the K9, the compact 9mm pistol that started the revolution of single-stack 9mm handguns to follow.  In honor of this milestone in firearms history, Kahr has to announced the “25th Anniversary” limited edition K9. Each 25th Anniversary gun starts out as a proven K9 pistol, chambered in 9mm and made entirely in the United States from stainless steel. The guns are then custom engraved with front and rear slide serrations, slide porting, and a commemorative “25 Years” logo. The barrel and trigger are brightly polished. The finish is highly durable Sniper Grey Cerakote. Hogue aluminum grips are custom engraved with aggressive stippling and the new Kahr logo. Tru-Glo tritium sights add a functional touch, angled to allow one-handed slide retraction.

As a limited edition piece, only 500 production models of the 25th Anniversary K9 will be made. They will each be engraved with their number in the series of 500. Each pistol ships in a plastic case, with three magazines, and a matching custom 1791 leather holster. The 25th Anniversary K9 (K9094NC1) has an MSRP of $1649.

For more information, visit www.kahr.com.




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