Kahr Arms Special Edition “Thin Blue Line” PM9 Pistol Introduced

Kahr Arms Special Edition "Thin Blue Line" PM9 Pistol Introduced
Kahr Arms Special Edition “Thin Blue Line” PM9 Pistol Introduced

Greeley, PA – (Ammoland.com) – Kahr Firearms Group, a leader in innovative firearms design and manufacturing, is proud to introduce the Special Edition “Thin Blue Line” PM9.

Every day, hundreds of thousands of law enforcement officers across America form a “thin blue line” between a lawful and lawless society.

They place their lives at risk to protect their communities from harm. In doing so, they deserve the respect and gratitude of those they serve. Kahr Firearms Group has chosen to honor the men and women of law enforcement with a new special edition pistol called the “Thin Blue Line”.

Working in conjunction with Kahr’s Law Enforcement Pro Staff Shawn Barry, the PM9 model pistol was selected for this custom project. To further enhance the firearm, the “Thin Blue Line” PM9 slide is finished in durable Armor Black Cerakote. All other exposed metal parts are blacked out, and a blue line is added encircling the slide. This special model comes equipped with easy-to-see TruGlo Tactical Night Sights. Two flush mount six-round magazines and one seven-round extended magazine are included.  Each of which have been blackened for concealability. As with all Kahr Premium Series firearms, a full limited lifetime warranty is included.

Kahr Arms Special Edition "Thin Blue Line" PM9 Pistol
Kahr Arms Special Edition “Thin Blue Line” PM9 Pistol

“At Kahr Firearms Group, we have a deep appreciation of the sacrifices made by the law enforcement community,” says Jodi DePorter, Director of Marketing. “We offer this product as a show of support and strength for those men and women in blue.”

The “Thin Blue Line” PM9 is an ideal choice for anyone wanting a very rugged, reliable, accurate, easy to carry and conceal personal protection firearm. Whether a private citizen or law enforcement officer, you can rest assured you are carrying a piece of American Pride and honoring those who stand along the “Thin Blue Line”, protecting our communities.

MSRP for the “Thin Blue Line” PM9 is $899. Contact your local firearms dealer to purchase.

For more information about Kahr Firearms Group products, visit www.kahr.com, www.magnumresearch.com, www.auto-ordnance.com or www.customdeserteagle.com.

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Kahr Firearms Group
Kahr Firearms Group

About Kahr Firearms Group:

Kahr Firearms Group, formed in 2012, includes Kahr Arms, Auto-Ordnance and Magnum Research.  KFG Headquarters reside in Greeley, Pennsylvania. Kahr Arms produces small concealable handguns in .380, 9mm, .40 and .45ACP. Auto-Ordnance is the maker of the famous “Tommy Gun”, M1 Carbine and WW2 GI Model 1911. Magnum Research Inc., designer and producer of the world renowned Desert Eagle Pistol, Baby Eagle, MLR .22LR and .22Mag Rifles and BFR Revolvers. All three companies are proudly located in the USA. 

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@Kevin ONeill:” Being fesesious or just a sick? Just can’t seem to tell…” It is not often that someone brings me a new word, so I want to thank you for fesisious. I have several dictionaries and thesauruses, but they do not list fesesious.

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Well, Wild Bill,

Instead of “sick,”, I mistyped and it should have been DICK!

Use your thesaurus on that. You likely haven’t seen yours in years without the bathroom mirror.

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Kevin ONeill

Being fesesious or just a sick? Just can’t seem to tell…

tomcat
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tomcat

I must be missing something here. Two S&W could be bought for what one of these cost. I know nothing about a Kahr but it is hard to believe it is worth twice as much as one of the most respected brands.

Andy Buckmichael
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Andy Buckmichael

The thin blue line needs to be erased before more innocent people are murdered.

Bill
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Bill

Taking the exception and trying to make it the general rule is more fake news.

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Kevin ONeill
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Kevin ONeill

Andy, I do not believe that the police are the one’s committing these so called “murders” of which you ignorantly proclaim. I hate to say it but you, my non-friend, are simply just a spoke in the wheel of you & your brethren’s altered reality. Keep smoking, bro; better yet, give LSD or phensyclphene a go, you’ll figure life out after one or twenty trips. At the very least you’ll enjoy your utter stupidity. Best of luck!

Old 1811
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Old 1811

Damn right. And the thin blue line is being erased in places like Baltimore and Chicago, and we’re seeing the results.
But we don’t need police. The hue-and-cry worked great 800 years ago in England, and the posse and the vigilance committee worked great in the West 150 years ago, so why not try them again? It also saves money and time, since nobody will go to court. They’ll just be killed on the spot.
Ah, the good old days. . . .

Kevin ONeill
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Kevin ONeill

Being fesesious or just a sick? Just can’t seem to tell…

Old 1811
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Old 1811

Being facetious. We need police, even though they screw up once in a while. When they do right, nobody remembers, and when they do wrong, no one forgets. Fortunately, they do right a lot more than they do wrong.

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

Police Departments are a good idea, when they do not become the private army of some mayor or city council. We have all read about corrupt mayors and city councils passing unconstitutional ordinances that are backed up by Chiefs of Police that only care about their jobs and pensions. The deadly force that police departments provide create wide reaching opportunities for Civil Rights deprivation to corrupt mayors and overreaching city councils. Once again, we see the wisdom of our founding fathers that feared standing armies.

Old 1811
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Old 1811

Being facetious. We need police, even though they screw up once in a while. When they do right, nobody remembers, and when they do wrong, no one forgets. Fortunately, they do right a lot more than they do wrong.

Randy
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Randy

Is any portion of the cost being donated to support families of fallen officers?