BELLEVUE, WA – Kahr Arms, the producer of a superb line of semiautomatic pistols, has joined the Second Amendment Foundation’s “Corporate Sponsorship Program” as a Gold Level supporter for 2022, the gun rights organization has announced.

“We are delighted to have Kahr Arms as a Gold Level Sponsor for the next year,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “We’ve known Kahr Arms’ Justin Moon for many years, and we’re proud to welcome his company’s support at this critical time. I want to publicly thank Justin for his generous support heading into 2022, and we look forward to working with Kahr over the next year, and in the future.

Kahr Arms has become famous as the producer of some of the country’s most reliable sidearms, in most popular calibers. Likewise, its subsidiary, Auto-Ordnance, offers high-quality pistols and Thompson models and Magnum Research Inc. manufactures the iconic Desert Eagle.

Looking back over the past nine months since the current administration was sworn into office essentially declaring war on the gun industry, firearms owners and the Second Amendment, Gottlieb acknowledged the road ahead is “filled with potholes and obstacles.” He promised SAF will remain vigorous its leadership role as a defender of the Second Amendment through education and litigation as it has for more than four decades.

“The current administration made no secret of its contempt for the rights of law-abiding American gun owners literally from ‘Day One’ on the job,” Gottlieb stated. “The support we are receiving from corporate sponsors including Kahr Arms will be a key component of legal actions over the horizon. We have entered a dangerous period for gun rights, and we’re proud to know Justin and his crew are right there with us. The importance of their commitment to defending the Second Amendment is paramount to the challenges that lay ahead.

SAF has been battling restrictive gun control laws in state and federal courts for more than 40 years. The landmark 2010 Supreme Court case of McDonald v. City of Chicago that nullified Chicago’s 30-year-old handgun ban and incorporated the Second Amendment to the states via the 14th Amendment was a SAF case.