Kahr Arms, an American gun manufacturing company, was founded by Justin Moon, who personally designed the firms first firearms and holds seven U.S. patents for firearm design.
Justin Moon is a member of the Unification Church and is the son of the church’s founder, the Reverend Sun Myung Moon.
Justin was born in Seoul, Korea, on July 17, 1970. Justin came to the U.S. in 1973 and has lived in the United States ever since. Justin graduated from Harvard University Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Economics.
Justin proudly states “I proudly participate and support my church and my community. This is, after all, a free country. I cherish my First Amendment rights as well as my Second Amendment rights.” It is difficult to disagree with that.
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Perfect Pocket Protection
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Kahr CW9: why pay a fistful of dollars when you can spend pennies from heaven?
The working theory behind Kahr Arms’ new CW9 carry pistol–by every measure that counts–is reliability, accuracy and user friendliness. It shares these attributes with the twin of the company flagship, the polymer-and-stainless P9. Plus it goes for $143 less. Now that’s entertainment!
Natural selection: Kahr’s PM9
For a century, Americans have enjoyed a love affair with the pocket auto, and this downsized roscoe just may be the highest evolution of the breed