Kahr Arms Puts Wikipedia on Notice Regarding Company Info

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Kahr Requests Company Information Change from Wikipedia
Kahr Arms
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Pearl River, NY –-(Ammoland.com)- Kahr Firearms Group has changed their Wikipedia information to correct misinformation used to describe the corporation.

Currently, Wikipedia lists inaccurate information with regard to the history and ownership of Kahr Firearms Group.

The corporation would like to go on record that the Kahr Firearms Group was founded in 1994 by Justin Moon. Mr. Moon is the sole owner of the firearms group which includes Kahr Arms, Magnum Research and Auto Ordnance.

Kahr Firearms Group is a $75-$100 million corporation which employs 250 employees between its Pearl River, NY corporation office, Worcester, MA and Pillager, MN manufacturing plants along with several captive CNC machine shops also owned by the corporation.

For more information on Kahr Arms, visit www.kahr.com

  • 3 thoughts on “Kahr Arms Puts Wikipedia on Notice Regarding Company Info

    1. Hmmm… you fail to mention what the innacurate information was, or what their “notice” was. Wikipedia is edited by users and frequently contains wrong information by it’s nature. I’m guessing it has something to do with religion? Moon is after all the son of Reverend Moon, leader and founder of the Unification Church, AKA “The Moonies.” For that reason alone I will never spend money on Mr. Moon’s products.

    2. Alan:
      Your ignorance astounds me…I am Christian, but to make this type of statement is totally wrong on so many levels…

    3. Come on now, as stated in the first article people put info into Wiki. It must be taken with a grain of salt as its a town crier type of deal. Crap happens. They made the corrections and moved on. I suggest we do to.

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