KC9 enters Ed Brown Products Evolution Series

The KC9 offers a 9mm 1911 design that offers custom features. (Photo: Ed Brown Products)

Ed Brown Products kicks off its Evolution Series with the new KC9, delivering a smaller, thinner and lighter 1911.

Inspired by the Ed Brown Bobtail 1911, the 9mm chambered KC9 features a re-engineered slide measuring 4-inches and boasting a 7-top custom cut with front and rear serrations. The pistol also incorporates a recessed slide stop, smaller ledge-style rear sight and bull barrel. The design is topped off with a new external extractor and flat wire recoil spring system.

“We have made it our goal to make Ed Brown the first choice in custom 1911s. Why settle for less, when you can own the best,” Sales and Marketing Director John May said in a press release. “This is another step to make sure that our customers have the best quality product, at the best possible price.”

Built in small, custom batches the KC9 is backed by Ed Brown’s Lifetime Warranty. The KC9 is available through Ed Brown Products dealers, featuring a MSRP of $1,895.

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