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Fear & Loading: $100 Back on a Kimber

Fear & Loading: $100 Back on a Kimber

Kimber is offering a rewards promotion through Sept. 30, 2019, in which eligible consumers will receive a $100 rebate check with the purchase of any new EVO SP model and it includes all five versions—Custom Shop, CDP, TLE, Stainless Raptor or Two Tone. The double-action-only pistol line, tailored for concealed carry, is chambered in 9 mm. 

The offer is valid only on retail purchases made between July 1 and Sept. 30, 2019 by eligible consumers from a valid federal firearms license holder. After purchasing Kimber’s EVO SP firearm, customers have until Oct. 31, 2019, to submit their rebate on a special promotions web page. A copy of the receipt is required, as well as retailer name, model and other information. Once processed, Kimber will mail the rebate in the form of a $100 check to new owners.

The EVO SP family of pistols, which was introduced earlier this year, features an innovative grip system that eliminates the need for specialty hardware and the hazard of it being overtightened. There are no visible screws on the grip panels. The magazine release is configurable for right- or left-handed shooters. A striker indicator allows for both visual and physical confirmation that the striker is cocked, no trigger press is required for disassembly and tritium night sights ensure a solid sight picture in all light conditions.

With a 6.1” overall length, each feature a 6- to 7-lb. trigger let-off weight, with crisp reset, and bushingless, match-grade stainless steel 3.16” barrel. The aluminum alloy frame provides a solid foundation for years of service and a beveled magazine well ensures fast and positive loading. All EVO SP models ship with a pair of 7-round, single-stack magazines. Overall weight is 19 ozs.

Additional Reading:
NRA Gun of the Week: Kimber EVO SP Custom Shop Pistol   
Editors' Picks 2019: Kimber EVO SP (CS) Pistol


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