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Kahr Arms Offers PM9 and PM40 With Crimson Trace Laserguard

December 29, 2009  | 


Kahr Arms has added the PM9 and the PM40 to its PM series pistols and will ship them with Crimson Trace laser sights, the company announced.

The PM9093L and PM4043L will come with the new Crimson Trace Laserguard (LG-437) — a compact, user-adjustable laser sighting system. Your PM9093L or PM4043L comes with an Allen wrench for adjustment, sight cleaners, batteries, and a Crimson Trace decal.

The Model LG-437 uses either two #357 silver-oxide batteries or a single 1/3N 3-volt lithium battery. The LG-437 uses the smaller 3.3-mm diameter laser diode, which reduces the overall size of the laser-diode housing.

The LG-437 has both windage and elevation adjustments for shooters to adjust the laser for a perfect hit at any distance.

The PM9093L has a 3-inch barrel with Lothar Walther match-grade polygonal rifling and 1-10 right-hand twist. Suggested retail is $991.

The PM4043L also arrives with a 3-inch barrel, Lothar Walther match-grade polygonal rifling and 1-16 right-hand twist. Suggested retail is $991.

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