Kimber Adds to K6s Revolver Line

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posted on July 12, 2017
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A year and a half after introducing its first revolver, the six-shot .357 Mag. K6sKimber has expanded its line to include three new variantsK6s DC (Deep Cover), K6s CDP (Custom Defense Package), and K6s Stainless 3”.

The three new 2017 mid-year K6s models offer details and features combined in a variety of purpose-driven configurations.

                                             

The K6s Stainless 3” features a 3" barrel, low-glare brushed stainless frame finish, large smooth walnut grips and white 3-dot sights.

                                               

The K6s DC wears a smooth black DLC finish, ergonomic black G10 grips and low-profile tritium 3-dot night sights.

                                                     

The K6s CDP is complete with Kimber’s signature Carry Melt treatment that further rounds edges for snag-free carry, a smooth black DLC finish on the frame and brushed stainless barrel and cylinder and small parts, checkered ergonomic rosewood grips, while boasting a set of low-profile tritium 3-dot night sights.

“K6s set the bar for quality in production revolvers when we launched the platform last year,” said Winslow Potter, Kimber’s director of product management. “We work hard to ensure that we continue to raise that bar to better meet the specific applications and individual personalities of the American gun owner, and these mid-year K6s models do just that.”

MSRP:
$899 for K6s Stainless 3”
$1,155 for K6s DC and K6s CDP

For more information visit kimberamerica.com

 

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