Thursday, 04 January 2007 / Published in Product Reviews
Working within a basic template, Kahr has managed to keep its pistol line efficient, effective—and interesting. Guns & Ammo Annual 2007, p. 68 – 71 By Payton Miller Since its inception in 1993, Kahr Arms has established an enviable reputation as a maker of accurate, reliable and extremely well-made striker-fired double-action-only autos. The niche they
Thursday, 04 January 2007 / Published in Product Reviews
An optimal carry pistol that’s small, light, flat, accurate—what’s there not to like? Handguns 2007 Buyer’s Guide, p. 4 – 7 By Matt Berger Kahr K9 9mm, backed up by the MOD Mk II tactical folder and Rick Hinderer Modular Kubaton – a concealed carry package that’s tough to beat! The author in the middle
Thursday, 04 January 2007 / Published in Product Reviews
AMERICAN COP, Jan./Feb. 2007, p.55 – 57, 64, 66 By Rob Garrett The debate on what makes a great backup or off-duty carry gun has gone on for years. It has to be small but not too small. It should be lightweight but still controllable. It must be easy to shoot, allowing you to make
Monday, 04 December 2006 / Published in Product Reviews
Woman’s Outlook, Dec. 2006, p. 28 – 29, 63 By Gila Hayes The Kahr P45 delivers a big .45-caliber cartridge with surprisingly low recoil. In 11 short years, handgun manufacturer Kahr Arms has grown to a well-established firm listing 17 models of pistols on its website. Until recently, Kahr Arms handguns were chambered only in
Tuesday, 04 July 2006 / Published in Product Reviews
Kahr goes bigbore as it continues to expand its line of compact autos. HANDGUNS, June/July 2006 By Frank W. James The Kahr P45 from Kahr Arms is a revelation because it is able to combine the conflicting design requirements of a small-size pistol together with a bigbore self-defense caliber in a clean package. Speer Lawman
Sunday, 04 June 2006 / Published in Product Reviews
THE P45 IS SWEET, LIGHT, CARRYABLE AND SHOOTABLE GUNS MAGAZINE, June 2006 By Massad Ayoob, Photos: Ichiro Nagata Mas felt the slide release could have been “carry melted” for greater comfort. Since Kahr’s inception more than a decade ago, shooters have been asking for a .45 ACP. Well, the pistol is here. For fans of

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