The first handgun with a Burnt Bronze finish is the CW9093BB. According to the press release, this pistol — ideal for concealed carry — features a 3.565” barrel with conventional rifling, and a 1-10 right-hand twist. It has a height of 4.5″, an overall weight of 5.9″ and a weight of 15.8 oz., with an added weight of 1.9 oz. to accommodate the magazine. In addition, the CW9093BB boasts a magazine capacity of 7+1 and a slide width of 0.90″. Meanwhile, this pistol also has a drift adjustable white bar-dot combat rear sight and pinned in polymer front sight. The slide is treated with a high-temperature Cerakote finish in Burnt Bronze, with a black trigger and black slide stop lever.
The second Burnt Bronze pistol is the CW4043BB. Chambered in .40 S&W, this pistol has a Cerakote Burnt Bronze slide with black appointments, just like the CW9. As the press release notes, it features a 3.565” barrel with conventional rifling and a 1-16 right-hand twist. It has an overall length of 6.36″, a height of 4.62″ and a weight of 16.8 oz. with an additional weight of 1.0 oz. with the magazine. This pistol has a magazine capacity of 6+1. The slide width is .94″. Similar to the CW9, the CW4043BB has a drift adjustable white bar-dot combat rear sight and pinned in polymer front sight.
The CW4543BB is the last Cerakote Burnt Bronze pistol offered by Kahr and United Sporting Companies. Chambered in .45 ACP, the CW4543BB features a Burnt Bronze slide with black appointments, a 3.64” barrel with conventional rifling, a 1-16.38 right-hand twist, an overall length of 6.32”, a height of 4.8” and a weight of 19.7 oz. with an additional 2 oz. for the magazine. The slide width is 1.01” and capacity is 6 + 1. It offers the same sights as the CW9 and CW40.
These three Burnt Bronze models are available at a manufacturer suggested retail price of $466.00. They’re being sold exclusively through United Sporting Companies, Ellett Brothers and Jerry’s Sports Center locations.
For more information on the complete line of Kahr handguns, please visit http://www.kahr.com.
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