LaserMax CenterFire for Kahr

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posted on June 10, 2013
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6/10/2013

LaserMax has announced a new CenterFire laser for Kahr subcompact pistols—P, PM, CM and CW series in both 9 mm and .40 S&W.

The CenterFire laser features LaserMax's signature Controlled Activation, which is tapped by an indexed trigger finger to activate. LaserMax claims that this enables a shooter to operate from concealment without risking a potentially dangerous reveal of his or her position.

Placement of the laser and switch also reinforce the NRA's rules for safe handling of firearms and prevent any potential blocking of the beam, which is emitted from directly under bore for accuracy.

"Each CenterFire sports a minimalist design that mirrors the color, texture and styling of the firearm it is designed around," said Kurt Worden, LaserMax vp of Commercial Sales. "Kahr pistols were a natural area of expansion in this rapidly growing family and we are pleased to be meeting an established market demand."

The CenterFire can be installed in minutes and comes pre-aligned for 10 yards, but allows fine adjustment to be made to both windage and elevation with a supplied hex tool. The single 1/3N lithium battery provides over four hours of continuous runtime. Suggested retail price is $129.

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