Coming soon from Kahr Arms is the CT pistol series featuring both a .45 ACP and .40 S&W, with a 9 mm to join later in the spring. Both pistols feature a full-size polymer frame, stainless steel slide and white bar-dot sight configuration. The pistols have some minor differences. The .45 has a 4.04-inch barrel and weighs 23.7 ounces, while the .40 features a 4-inch barrel and weighs in at 21.8 ounces. Both magazines fit seven rounds, and come with a suggested retail price of $449. For more information, visit Kahr.com.
Kahr Arms CT Series
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