In May 2015, Kahr Firearms Group introduced an exciting new Kryptek finish on two of their most popular limited edition Desert Eagles. The pattern was so widely accepted that it sold out almost immediately. Now, Kahr Arms is once again bringing back the popular Kryptek finish, but this time it will be offered on four of their small conceal carry Kahr pistols. These models are from their Value Series and include three 9mm pistols and one .380 ACP.
The CW9093KRT model features a 3.5” barrel with conventional rifling, an overall length of 5.9”, and a height of 4.5”. All three models offer a trigger cocking DAO, lock-breach, “Browning-type” recoil lug, and a passive striker block with no magazine disconnect. The pistol sight offers a drift adjustable white 2-dot rear, and a white-dot pinned in polymer front sight. Capacity is 7+1. The pistol features the new Kryptek Camo pattern which utilizes a water transfer method which has been successfully tested for durability. The slide, trigger and slide stop lever are all finished in the Cerakote® Armor Black coating. MSRP is $495.
Next in the line-up is the CM9093KRT which features all the features of the CW9093KRT except that it has a 3” barrel, an overall length of 5.4”, and a height of 4”.The MSRP on this model is $499.00.
The new Kryptek finish with Armor Black slide is also found in the CT9093KRT. Like the other pistols listed above, it has all the same features, except that it has a 4” barrel, overall length of 6.5” and a height of 5.08”. The MSRP on this model is $477.
The smallest, most popular conceal carry pistol in this new Kryptek Camo pattern is the CW3833KRT. This .380 ACP features a 2.58” barrel, overall length of 5” and a height of just 3.9”. It has a smaller slide width as well at just 0.75”. Like its bigger brothers, it too has a white 3-dot sight, 7+1 capacity, 7 lb. trigger pull, and also ships with one magazine. The MSRP on this pistol is $439.
For more information about these four new models, please go to www.kahr.com or check with your local firearm dealer.
This article is courtesy of The Arms Guide.
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