01 January 2012 / Published in Company News
This year we are dedicating the 15th edition of the Kahr Arms brochure to the brave men and women in our Armed Forces who have been fighting two wars over the last decade on behalf of our country. Our theme, All American, symbolizes our determination to producing an “All American” product by sourcing components here
01 December 2011 / Published in Company News
PEARL RIVER, NY – Kahr Arms is pleased to introduce the latest addition to their new CM series of Kahr pistols – the CM40. This new model will start shipping to wholesalers and dealers in 2012. The CM Series, which debuted in spring 2011 with the CM9, takes the value priced features from Kahr’s CW series
01 November 2011 / Published in Company News
Auto-Ordnance Corporation was proud to be a sponsor of the 30th Annual Veterans Day Parade and Freedom Ball “Honoring the Greatest Generation – Our World War II Veterans” in Atlanta. During the Freedom Ball ceremonies Auto-Ordnance Corporation presented to Sergeant First Class David Mace, of the United States Army, a new M1 .30 Caliber Carbine
01 June 2011 / Published in Company News
Kahr CM9On Target Magazine (June/July 2011) “Slim-nines,” wafer-thin 9mm pistols small enough to carry in a pocket, are hot this year. There are more new introductions of them than anything else in the defensive handgun world except 1911 variations, and the latter is only so because it’s the Centennial year of that pistol. I’ve tested most
08 May 2011 / Published in Company News
Wayland Warriors Win Third Place at New England Scholastic Steel Challenge Collegiate Spring Championship The US Coast Guard Academy won today’s New England Scholastic Steel Challenge Collegiate Spring Championship, with the University of Vermont taking second place and the Wayland Warriors in third. Harvard and Yale took fourth and fifth places respectively. Individual Warriors did
02 May 2011 / Published in Company News
On 6 June 1944, in the face of great adversity, the NCDUs at Omaha Beach managed to blow eight complete gaps and two partial gaps in the German defenses. The NCDUs suffered 31 killed and 60 wounded, a casualty rate of 52%. Meanwhile, the NCDUs at Utah Beach met less intense enemy fire. They cleared