Kahr showcases firearms from joint project with Outlaw Ordnance

01/24/18 7:00 AM | by

(Photo: Kahr Firearms Group)

Kahr and Outlaw Ordnance team up for a limited run “We the People” Deagle. (Photo: Kahr Firearms Group)

Kahr Firearms Group partnered with Outlaw Ordnance to introduce a limited run of custom firearms, including a “We the People” Desert Eagle.

The Desert Eagle 1911CSS is a .45 ACP chambered pistol featuring a stainless steel frame and slide with 4.33-inch bull barrel. The handgun flaunts a deep laser engraving of “We The People” on the left side while the right side displays a portion of the Second Amendment. It reads, “Our right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” The grips are also engraved with 40 signatures from the Constitution

With a Cerakote finish in black and titanium, finished with a clear coat, the pistol touts titanium controls and a matte black frame.

The Outlaw Ordnance team said its excited to partner with Kahr for the Deagle project, among others.

“It’s an honor to work with the companies of Kahr Firearms Group on these projects,” Outlaw Ordnance said in a statement.

MSRP on the special edition Deagle 1911CSS is $1,225.

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