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Kimber K6s Target Revolver and 1911 Rapide Black Ice – New for 2020

New for 2020, Kimber has released two must-see pistols – the K6s Target Revolver and 1911 Rapide Black Ice.

Kimber K6s Target Revolver

The K6s (DASA) is the next evolution of the Kimber revolver product line that takes the acclaimed K6s system and outfits it with a double and single action trigger mechanism. The platform maintains the benefits of the original K6s such as the outstanding double action trigger pull, compact envelope, and six shot capacity but with the added advantage of a single action trigger. The 4" Target model features an extended three finger grips for superior comfort and a target adjustable rear sight for pinpoint accuracy with any loading.

Specifications:

Calibers/Chamberings: .357 Mag
Height: 5.25
Weight (ounces): with empty cylinder: 25.5
Width (inches): 1.39
Length (inches): 8.62
Cylinder capacity: 6
Action: DA/SA
Frame Material: Stainless Steel
Finish: Engraved over Brushed Stainless Serrated backstrap
Barrel Length (inches): 4
Barrel Material: Stainless Steel
Barrel Finish: Engraved over Brushed Stainless
Sights: Compact Target Adjustable
Sight Radius (inches): 6.1
Grips: Extended 3 Finger Grip; Diamond Checkering
Trigger: Non-Stacking
Trigger Pull: Double Action Factory setting (approx. pounds): 9.5 - 11.5
Trigger Pull: Single Action Factory setting (approx. pounds): 3.25 - 4.25

Kimber 1911 Rapide Black Ice

A truly unique 1911 with stepped cocking serrations, slide lightening cuts for faster lock time, striking two-tone Kimpro finish and DLC coated barrel for extreme durability. Equipped with Kimber Stiplex TM front strap stippling and new G10 grips with matching accents for extra griping confidence.

Specifications:

Calibers/Chamberings: 45 ACP, 9mm, 10mm
Height (inches) 90° to barrel: 5.25
Weight (ounces) with empty magazine: 38
Length (inches): 8.7
Magazine capacity: 8
Recoil spring (pounds): 16.0, Full-length guide rod
Frame Material: Stainless steel
Frame Finish: Black, KimPro II
Frame Width (inches): 1.28
Slide Material: Stainless steel
Slide Finish: Black, KimPro II
Slide: Front serrations
Barrel Length (inches): 5
Barrel Material: Stainless steel, match grade w/ DLC coating
Barrel: Stainless steel match grade bushing
Barrel Twist rate (left hand): 16
Sights: Tru-Glo TFX Pro Day Night
Grips: Black Rapide G10 grips
Trigger: V-Cut aluminum; Factory setting (approximate pounds): 4.0 - 5.0
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