By Beth Brelje | The Pocono Record
Patriotism was a prominent theme as gun manufacturer Kahr Firearms Group celebrated its new location in Pike County on Thursday with a groundbreaking and barbecue.
“We are very happy to be in Pike County, in a place where people love the Second Amendment and love guns. It is a great place to be,” Kahr founder Justin Moon said. “I just wish the rest of the country could be like Pike County.”
Pomona, NY – It is the type of story that you just don’t hear very often. As land development eats away at wildlife habitat, chasing animals away from areas they consider to be home, one company is sharing their new headquarters property with the existing wildlife.
At the end of March, as Kahr Firearms Group was breaking ground on their new headquarters in Pike County, Pennsylvania, it was discovered that the 620 acre parcel was home to a female black bear and her cub. The bear den was located just 400 yards from where the crew was about to begin with the excavation for the new Kahr Firearms Group offices.
The construction crew notified Kahr, and the company immediately reached out to the Pennsylvania Game Commission for some assistance. When the game wardens arrived, they sedated the sow in order to exam her, check her vital statistics, and then tag her with a tracking collar. Only one cub was in the den and the game wardens determined that based on the size of the cub and the weight of the sow, that the bear likely had some health issues during hibernation. When the examination was complete, the bear cub and the sow were determined to be healthy and the game warden turned to Kahr Firearms Group owner, Justin Moon, and asked if he wanted the bears removed. “It was an easy decision for me. I felt that the bear and her cub had survived a very harsh winter and the den was their home. I strongly believe that man can cohesively share habitat with animals, so I felt the most respectful decision was to share the property with the bear and her cub.”
The sow and her cub were returned to the den and the decision to stay or move on was left to the 4-legged tenant on whether or not she and her cub want to stay. Since then, the crew has no additional sightings of the bears, but, everyone is hoping that they stick around and enjoy their new neighbors.
Don’t you love a story with a happy ending?
Pomona, NY – What is better than guns and gold? How about a combination of the two? Show your Kahr pride by adorning yourself with 14k yellow gold jewelry offered exclusively by Kahr Firearms Group™. The complete jewelry collection includes three charms and one bracelet.
Kahr offers 3 charms to choose from: Kahr K9, Magnum Research Desert Eagle .50, and a Thompson 1927A-1. Each gold charm weighs in at 5-6 grams of solid 14k gold, is highly detailed and comes with a high polish finish. It features a lobster claw closure to attach to any charm bracelet, necklace, key chain, zipper pull, or even your gun case or gear bag. MSRP per charm is $249.99. (Prices subject to change due to fluctuations in the price of gold.)
Also new to the collection, is a stunning 14k yellow gold open link rope bracelet. The charm bracelet measures 7.5″ in length and also features a lobster claw closure. MSRP on the bracelet is $349.99.
The new jewelry collection by Kahr makes for a perfect Mother’s Day, Father’s Day or holiday gift. All items are in stock for immediate delivery.
Pomona, NY – One of the trends we are seeing in firearms right now is customization. Kahr Firearms Group has partnered with Cabela’s, the World’s Foremost Outfitter, and is offering exciting new custom designs for two of their best-selling pistols – the Auto-Ordnance 1911 and the Kahr PM9.
The first new custom design is a black and orange Auto Ordnance 1911. It is 100% made in the USA and the pistol features an orange frame and black slide accented with black appointments. Both the frame and slide on the Auto-Ordnance 1911 are machined from high carbon 4140 steel. The frame has been treated with a high temperature ceramic Cerakote™ coating giving it that intriguing orange color. This .45 ACP pistol has a 5″ barrel, 8.5″ overall length and weighs just 39 oz. It has front and rear dovetail cut/low-profile iron sights and a checkered black rubber grip featuring the iconic Thompson bullet logo and held in place by hex grip screws. It is shipped with two 7 round magazines. The model number is 1911PKZCABHO and MSRP is $759.00.
The second custom offering exclusively sold through Cabela’s is a Kahr PM9 in a bright and sexy Robin Eggshell Blue polymer frame. The frame on this PM9 is done in a durable nylon filled robin eggshell blue polymer ensuring that it will easily retain its color under normal wear. The finger rest extension on the 6 round magazine is done in a Cerakote coating to match the color of the polymer frame. The slide is machined from a solid billet of tough 420 stainless steel and has an attractive matte finish. The PM9 features a 3″ polygonal rifled barrel and has an overall length of 5.3″, 4.0″ in height, and weighs just 14 oz. with an empty magazine. The Robin Eggshell Blue PM9 has drift adjustable, white bar dot combat sights and the gun is shipped with 3 magazines (one finger rest 6 rd., one 6 rd. with a flush baseplate and one 7 rd. with an extended grip). Included in the custom package is a black pistol rug and a pocket holster. The model number is PM9093CABBL and MSRP is $899.00 for the entire package.
Both pistols are sold exclusively through Cabela’s while supplies last. To find a Cabela’s location in your area visit www.cabelas.com.
By Beth Brelje | The Pocono Record
Ground-breaking in Pike County for the new corporate headquarters of Kahr Firearms Group is likely in May, and a long-range plan for more gun companies is taking shape.
The gun manufacturer bought the long-empty 600-acre Pike County Business Park on Well Road in Blooming Grove for $2 million last year and will move its entire New York operation out of that state to escape what it describes as an unfriendly gun climate there.
“We would like to have a firearms-friendly business park. If other companies want to leave states with more restrictive gun laws, such as Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York, this is a great place,” company spokesman Frank Harris said. “We have lots available, and we would put up buildings. Pike County is a great place with a gun-friendly environment, right off Interstate 84.”