Lew Horton Special Edition Kahr Arms CW9

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posted on January 23, 2014
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Kahr Arms produces popular handguns that are very concealable, but shooters might want to open carry the Lew Horton Special Edition Kahr Arms CW9.

Lew Horton Distributing’s latest release comes with a high-polish, bright-blue PVD finish on the slide and trigger. The PVD finish over the stainless steel provides a distinctive look, but is also corrosion resistant.

The finish, which is reminiscent of a fire blue, is applied by an ISO 9001 certified contractor and is highly durable. Only 200 Lew Horton Special Edition Kahr Arms CW9s will be produced in the initial run.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Caliber: 9mm

Capacity: 7+1

Barrel: 3.565", conventional rifling; 1-10 right-hand twist

Length O/A: 5.9"

Height: 4.5"

Slide Width: .90"

Weight: Pistol 15.8 ounces, Magazine 1.9 ounces

Grips: Textured polymer

Sights: Drift adjustable white bar-dot combat rear sight, pinned in polymer front sight

Finish: Black polymer frame, high polish stainless steel slide with blue PVD finish

Magazine: 1 - 7 rd, Stainless

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