Nighthawk Custom and Korth: A New Level of Revolvers

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posted on May 16, 2016
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Two industry leaders have joined forces, combined experiences and melded knowledge all to create an extremely reliable and accurate revolver. Introducing the partnership of Nighthawk Custom and Korth and their new line of revolvers.

The Sky Hawk 9mm, Mongoose .357 and Super Sport .357 will be the first revolvers offered by Nighthawk Custom and Korth. Each revolver is made with top quality products, fully machined frames and with value in mind. The creation of these firearms aims to change the mindset of many revolver shooters when it comes to smoothness, accuracy and dependability.

Both manufacturers are excited about the partnership. “This collaboration with such a renowned maker as Korth, who has the same attention to detail and unwavering commitment to quality that Nighthawk does, is a natural progression for both our brands.” said Owner and CEO of Nighthawk Custom, Mark Stone.

Andreas Weber and Martin Rothmann, brothers and owners of Korth added, “Uniting with Nighthawk Custom on this venture allows Korth to being out unique and exclusive products to the U.S. market with a company that has the same quality and standards, the same passion for their products, and the same moral compass.”

Nighthawk Custom and Korth revolvers are available now, so order yours today and be surprised at how fun a revolver, when made right, can be to shoot.

Sky Hawk 9mm




Mongoose .357




Super Sport .357

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