Kimber Expands K6s Revolver Line

posted on February 16, 2017

One year after introducing its first revolver—the six-shot .357 Mag. K6s—Kimber has updated the line to include new finishes, sights and grip configurations.

The K6s Stainless (MSRP $899) and K6s Stainless (NS) (MSRP $919) feature a low-glare brushed stainless frame finish, black rubber grips and white 3-dot sights or 3-dot tritium night sights, respectively. 

The K6s Stainless (LG) (MSRP $1,177) wears ergonomic black wood and rubber Crimson Trace Master Series Lasergrips.

The K6s DCR (MSRP $1,088) has a smooth satin frame finish, checkered Millennium rosewood grips, and boasts a red fiber-optic front sight and black rear sight. 

The K6s First Edition (MSRP $2,039) features high-grade mirror-polished stainless steel and Pao Ferro wood grips.

The technical specs for each K6s revolver are the same: 23 oz. weight with  2” barrel and 1.39" diameter cylinder. Additional features include an internal hammer, smooth match-grade trigger and rounded edges. 

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