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Kahr Arms Partners with Davidson’s Inc. to Offer Purple Pistols

July 11, 2014  | 

Photo: Kahr Arms
Photo: Kahr Arms

Kahr Arms is brightening up its product line by introducing another new color: purple. Following the success of its Cobalt Blue Kahr CW9, Black and Orange Auto Ordnance 1911, Burnt Bronze Desert Eagle, and the popular Kahr PM9 in Robin Eggshell Blue, Kahr Firearms Group has partnered this time with firearms wholesaler Davidson’s Inc., to introduce purple versions of the CW9 and CW380.

Both models feature the same great features as the standard model, but to meet the demands of shooters who are looking for something a little more different and a whole lot sexier, they decided to add the purple polymer frame to two of their most popular pistols.

The first offering in the purple pistol product line is the CW9. The pistol features a 3.565-inch barrel with conventional rifling, and a 1-10 right-hand twist. The weight, height, and width of this firearm make it perfect for concealed carry. It measures 4.5 inches in height, and 5.9 inches in overall length. Weight is just 15.8 ounces with an additional weight of 1.9 ounces to accommodate the magazine. The capacity is 7+1. The slide width is 0.90 inch. The CW9 features drift adjustable white bar-dot combat rear sight and pinned-in polymer front sight. The purple color is a first-time offering for the CW9.

Also offered in purple is the CW380. Like the CW9, this pistol is also packed with features but in a smaller frame. The CW380 measures just 4.96 inches in overall length, height is 3.9 inches, and it weighs just 10.2 ounces with an additional magazine weight of 1.3 ounces and the slide width is 0.75 inch. The CW380 has a capacity of 6+1. Like the CW9, the CW380 also features drift adjustable white bar-dot combat rear sight and pinned-in polymer front sight.

The lighter, smaller, and thinner CW9 and CW380 make them a popular choice for concealed carry but also for those shooters who prefer a comfortable grip with easy concealment and reliable accuracy and stopping power.

The MSRP on the purple CW9093PRDAV is $435 and the MSRP on the CW3833PRDAV is $404, and both pistols are being sold exclusively through Davidson’s. Dealers can purchase from Davidson’s at www.davidsonsinc.com, and consumers can purchase on Gallery of Guns at www.galleryofguns.com. The purple CW9 will be available beginning in July and the purple CW380 will be available sometime in August.

For more information on the complete line of Kahr handguns, please visit www.kahr.com.

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