Kahr Arms Kicks Off 2017 Barrel Envy Video Contest

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posted on September 8, 2017
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Now’s the time to turn your firearm passion and your amateur videographer skills into some cold cash. Kahr Arms is sponsoring a “Barrel Envy” YouTube video contest through Dec. 31, 2017, which carries a $10,000 prize in retail value of Kahr Firearms Group products. Familiar brands in the line include Kahr, Magnum Research, Thompson and Auto Ordnance.

To enter, contestants must submit a video no shorter than 30 seconds and no longer than five minutes demonstrating why they prefer a Kahr Arms pistol over a competing brand semi-automatic pistol. Any Kahr Arms product may be used. Contestants then submit the URL link to Kahr.com. Videos will be reviewed by a panel of Kahr Firearms Group judges and the winner will be announced in January 2018.

This is the first time that Kahr Arms has offered a $10,000 prize value. To be considered, the judges will be looking for quality of video, good presentation and creativity. The video must include a Kahr Arms pistol vs. a competing brand semi-automatic pistol. 

Get the official rules, entry guidelines and requirements of the Barrel Envy Video Contest here

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