Kahr Arms Introduces 9 mm "S-Series" Pistols

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posted on June 6, 2017
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At the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, Kahr Arms presented the latest additions to its extensive line of carry pistols. The first two models in the new "S" Series were unveiled with two 9 mms—the S9093 and the ST9093. The new "S" Series feature redesigned magazine bases, limited lifetime warranties, and they ship with two magazines.



The S9093 model features a 3.6" barrel with conventional rifling, an overall length of 5.9", and a height of 4.5". This pistol is similar to the CW9093, but this new "S" Series model has upgraded white three-dot sights, front slide serrations, an accessory rail and an ID tag on the grip frame. Magazine capacity is seven rounds, and S9093s ship with two seven-round magazines. MSRP is $477.



Also new in the "S" Series is the ST9093. This pistol features a 4" barrel, has an overall length of 6.5" and a height of 5.08". Like the S9093, it, too, has white three-dot sights, front slide serrations, an accessory rail on the dustcover, and an ID tag on the grip. Magazine capacity is eight rounds, and ST9093s ship with two eight-round magazines. MSRP is $456.

Both pistols lock up on Browning principles, operate with a trigger-cocking double-action-only, "Safe-Cam" Action, and have passive striker blocks with no magazine disconnects. The frames are black polymer, while slides are matte stainless steel.

For more information visit kahr.com

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