Night Sights for Kahr Arms C-Series Pistols

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posted on June 10, 2015
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Kahr Firearms Group has announced that three of its most popular 9 mm models—the CM9093N, CW9093N and the CT9093N—are now available with night sights. All three models feature a black polymer frame, matte finish stainless steel slide, a drift-adjustable white bar-dot combat rear sight and a pinned-in polymer front night sight.

The CM9 features a 3.1" barrel length; an overall length of 5.42", a slide width of .90", the height is 4.0" and weighs in at just 14 ozs. It has a 6+1 capacity and comes with one 6-round flush floorplate magazine. The CW9 features a 3.56" barrel, an overall length of 5.9" and a height of 4.5". It weighs 15.8 ozs. without the magazine. Capacity is 7+1, and comes with one 7-round stainless magazine. The CT9 offers a 3.965" barrel, an overall length of 6.5", a slide width of .90"; height is 5.08" and weighs just 18.5 ozs. without the magazine. Capacity is 8+1 and comes standard with one 8-round stainless magazine. MSRP for the three models featuring night sights is $499 for the CM9093N; $495 for the CW9093N; and $485 for the CT9093N.

Recently, Kahr Firearms Group announced that effective June 1, 2015 through Sept. 30, 2015, Kahr will send one free magazine with the purchase of specific C-Series guns, which includes these 3 models with the night sights. To receive a coupon for a free magazine, go to kahr.com/MagPromo2015.asp. The new firearm must have been purchased during the summer promotion period to qualify. Any form submitted without a copy of the receipt and the serial number will not qualify for the magazine promotion. For complete rules for the magazine promotion and for more information about Kahr Firearms Group products, visit  kahr.com.

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