Kahr Firearms Group Announces The Last Full Measure Project

posted on December 29, 2022
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Kahr Firearms Group is introducing a “Last Full Measure Project” in 2023 to honor and pay respect the American men and women who, each day, put themselves in harm's way—acting without fear or selfishness—to stand between the innocent and evil, or in the face of natural disaster. These brave individuals do it with no thought of the peril they face or in hopes of accolades or rewards. They simply do their duty, for their fellow Americans, and in many cases the price they pay is the last full measure of their devotion to serving others.

Kahr Firearms Group hopes its “Last Full Measure Project” can express some measure of thanks to these brave Americans. The initiative will make firearm donations available to non-profit charitable organizations servicing American active-duty, veterans, police and first responders. The items can be used by the recipients to raise funds to help the heroes they serve and their families.

“These brave individuals epitomize the courage that is inherent in the American character, with selflessness and devotion to others guiding their will even in the face of extraordinary danger,” Justin Moon, CEO of Kahr Firearms Group said. “They paid the ultimate personal price in service to others. We must honor that sacrifice by helping the families of our heroes in their time of need.”

Organizations interested in working with Kahr Firearms Group in support of veteran, law enforcement, or first responder-focused non-profit charities, can contact Kahr Firearms group by e-mail at [email protected].

In 1994 Kahr Arms introduced the K9, the first mass production subcompact 9 mm Luger-chambered pistol. The company went on to develop a diverse family of handguns and has since expanded to include Magnum Research and Auto-Ordnance in the Kahr Firearms Group family of companies.


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