Three Kahr Arms 9mm Pistols Are Now California Legal

Kahr Firearms CA Legal 9mm Gun
Kahr Firearms CA Legal 9mm Gun
Kahr Arms
Kahr Arms

GREENLY, Pa. -( Kahr Arms is happy to announce that three of their popular CW9 9mm models are now California legal.

These models include the CW9 in a Black Carbon Fiber frame, standard CW9 with front night sight and the very popular Cerakote Burnt Bronze.

The three CW9 models all feature a 3.6” barrel with conventional rifling, an overall length of 5.9”, and a height of 4.5” and each pistol weighs just 15.8 oz.

All three models offer a trigger cocking DAO, lock-breach, “Browning-type” recoil lug, and a passive striker block with no magazine disconnect. Capacity is 7+1.

Kahr Firearms CA Legal 9mm Gun
Kahr Firearms CA Legal 9mm Gun

The attractive CW9093BCF is one of Kahr’s newest finishes in a classic Black Carbon Fiber print. This textured weave provides a 3-D dimensional appearance to the 9mm while also providing a textured grip that has a tacky feel in your hand. MSRP on the CW9093BCF is $495.00.

Next in the line-up is the CW9093N which features a stainless steel slide and a black polymer frame. It also features a drift adjustable white bar-dot combat rear sight and a pinned in polymer front night sight. MSRP on this model is $495.00.

Kahr Firearms CA Legal 9mm Gun
Kahr Firearms CA Legal 9mm Gun

Last in the group is the CW9093BB. The Cerakote Burnt Bronze has been a popular finish for Kahr Firearms Group having introduced it in both the Kahr and Magnum Research product lines.

The attractive brushed bronze finish always turns a few heads at the gun range and has proven to be the top choice of many shooting enthusiasts. The MSRP on that model is $482 and is now available for California gun dealers to buy from authorized Kahr Firearms Group wholesalers.

For more information about these three models, please go to their website or check with your local gun shop.


About Kahr Arms:

Kahr Arms, an innovative firearms manufacturer, was founded on fifteen years of manufacturing service in precision metalworking industries. Kahr incorporates the inherited professional, technical expertise into all of its operations. Kahr’s parent company, established in 1981, has been a leading supplier of computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools and applications engineering. Kahr’s corporate headquarters are located in Greeley, PA. Production and assembly operations are located in Worcester, Massachusetts, in the region commonly known as “Gun Valley.”

For more information, visit their website.

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Seems like it’s possible Kahr will make out like champs by getting these approved, while other makers will miss the boat.
At least Californians won’t be the only ones to lose.

Some days you are the statue and other days you are the pigeon.

Terry Story

I didn’t see anything in this article about microstamping of the expended brass that is supposedly a part of the reason for the California roster limitations. Are they microstamping the brass, or is that conveniently ignored by those is authority that are supposedly testing these firearms for the “safety” of them?

John Dunlap

I think what’s been left out is that these guns have been approved, but only for 2017. The entire list expires on Jan. 1, 2018. That’s when the microstamping requirement goes into effect. On that date, there will be no semi automatic pistols legal for sale here, because manufacturers have rightly refused to even try to comply with this idiotic requirement, which was the goal. The megalomaniacs in Sacramento knew the requirement couldn’t be met, creating a de facto ban on an entire class of firearms. If it stands up to legal challenges, which I think remains to be seen,… Read more »

Roy D.

The circus that is California. So sad.