Ed Brown releases new model in EVO series, EVO-KC9-LW

The KC9-LW6 brings a lightweight build to concealed carry. (Photo: Ed Brown Products)

Ed Brown Products continues its custom handgun EVO lineup, debuting a new model into the series with the EVO-KC9-LW. The KC9-LW features a lightweight aluminum construction weighing in at just 27-ounces. Chambered in 9mm, the gun utilizes a 4-inch barrel on an overall 7.5-inch length frame.

The handgun boasts a Bobtail housing with Snakeskin treatment for “just the right amount of grip” while also providing a snag-free design. The pistol is also decked out with a seven-top custom slide cut and special front and rear serrations. The KC9-LW is topped off with a Tactical Edge rear sight, easy to change front sight and flat wire recoil system. Slim grips round out the total package.

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The KC9-LW6 features slim grips. (Photo: Ed Brown Products)

“What a great team we have here, to be able to envision and execute so quickly – it’s just another example of Brown Family’s commitment to excellence, and that commitment is how we can offer our customers such value and quality at the same time. We continue leading the way! If you have not looked at Ed Brown in a while, it is time to look again,” Sales and Marketing Director John May said about the latest EVO addition.

The EVO series aims to bring consumers a more custom feel with modern designs and small custom batch processing that brings a more reasonable price to the concealed carry table. The KC9-LW is available with an MSRP of $2,295.

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The pistol also offers a 4-inch barrel and slide serrations. (Photo: Ed Brown Products)

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