Today the word "quality" is often misused and hardly understood. Here is what it means to us:
Korth will refuse to use any material or manufacturing method which will result in an inferior product.
For the customer, this means:
specially engineered designs
the highest standard of workmanship
a perfect finish
stringent inspections and quality controls
All Korth arms feature specially selected high-alloy steels. For
example, all important revolver components such as the frame, crane and even the sideplate are
completely milled from drop forgings. After machining operations, all components are subjected to a
proprietary process to achieve a surface hardness of up to 60 HRc (Rockwell c scale). The result is a
handgun with an incredibly long life expectancy with a continually high standard of accuracy.
Approximately 600 individual operations are required to manufacture one revolver. Of these operations,
only about 30% are actual machine work. The rest, all of 70%, are true "man-hours": Hand work,
fitting, inspection and making sure that every aspect of the gun is flawless. Every moving part is
assembled, fitted and adjusted by skilled craftsmen, some who have devoted nearly all their working
lives to producing the best handguns in the world.
Korth USA / 437R Chandler St. / Tewksbury, MA 01876 /
Tel 1-978-851-8656 / Fax 1-978-851-9462