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Kimber Introduces 2014 Summer Collection

Kimber summer 2014 collection of 1911 pistolsKimber has introduced a new group of special edition 1911 pistols, known as the 2014 Summer Collection.

The special lineup includes the following pistols:

  1. Gold Combat II (Limited Edition)

  2. Custom II (Two-Tone)

  3. Sapphire Ultra II
  4. Sapphire Pro II
  5. Ultra RCP II (LG)
  6. Solo Carry with rosewood grips



For detailed information, check out the photos below:

Sapphire Ultra II

The Sapphire Ultra II features a blue PVD finish accented with fine cut engraving on its slide and small parts. The pistol is chambered for 9mm and has a thin G-10 grip and short trigger for shooters with smaller hands.

Price: [imo-slideshow gallery= 456],652

Solo Carry with Rosewood Grips

Designed specifically for concealed carry, the Solo Carry with rosewood grips has a short, 2.7-inch barrel and is chambered in 9mm.

Price: $815

Ultra RCP II (LG)

The Ultra RCP II (LG), chambered for .45 ACP, features a KimPro II finish, rosewood Crimson Trace Lasergrips and a new Extreme Melt Treatment and rounded frame heel.

Price: [imo-slideshow gallery= 456],652

Custom II (Two-Tone)

The Custom II (Two-Tone) sports brush-polished flats and is finished with a black slide and stainless frame combination. Other features include checkered rosewood grips, a beavertail grip safety, extended thumb safety, Commander-style hammer and beveled magazine well. The Custom II (Two-Tone) is chambered in .45 ACP.

Price: $918

Gold Combat II (Limited Edition)

The Gold Combat II (Limited Edition) features a hand-polished finish and a dark gunmetal PVD finish over stainless steel. The slide has 24 lines-per-inch flat top serrations, French shoulders on the slide skirt and cocking ledge Tritium night sights. The frame sports 24 lines-per-inch front strap checkering with high undercut on the trigger guard, 30 lines-per-inch checkering under the trigger guard and an extended magwell wrapped in black Micarta grips. The Gold Combat II (Limited Edition) includes an 8-round KimPro Tac-Mag.

Price: gallery= 456,450

Sapphire Pro II

Slightly larger than the Sapphire Ultra II, the Sapphire Pro II also features a blue PVD finish accented with fine cut engraving on its slide and small parts. Similarly, the pistol is chambered for 9mm and sports a thin G-10 grip and short trigger.

Price: [imo-slideshow gallery= 456],652

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