Kahr Introduces Black Carbon Fiber Pistols

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posted on August 3, 2017
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Kahr Arms, has introduced two of its most popular pistols in a polymer Black Carbon Fiber frame. New for 2017 are the CW38333BCF and the CT9093BCF.

The Black Carbon Fiber finish was introduced in 2016 when Kahr presented it in its CW9093BCF. The finish on the two new pistols comes in a polymer carbon fiber weave pattern which provides a 3-D dimensional appearance to the pistol while also providing a textured grip that ensures a firmer hold in the hand. The slide is matte stainless steel.

 


The CW3833BCF model comes in a .380 ACP caliber and features a 2.58" barrel with conventional rifling, an overall length of 4.96", and a height of 3.9" and weighs just 10.2 oz. The CT9093BCF comes in a 9 mm caliber and features a 4" barrel, an overall length of 6.5" a height of 5.08" and weighs just 18.5 oz. Both models offer a trigger cocking DAO, lock-breach, "Browning-type" recoil lug, and a passive striker block with no magazine disconnect. Capacity is 6+1 in the CW380 and 8+1 in the CT9 version. Both pistols feature a white three-dot sight. The MSRP on the CT9093BCF is $485 and the CW3833BCF is $439.

For more information visit kahr.com

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