Kimber's Team Match II Supports USA Shooting

posted on February 27, 2015
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undefinedKimber’s Team Match II pistol is much more than just another 1911 typically seen at single-stack matches. Several features make this semi-automatic pistol unique, including an adjustable sight with steel-on-steel click adjustment dials (6.8” sight radius), which is dovetail-mounted into the slide. A 5” match-grade barrel and bushing, high-strength stainless steel frame, an aluminum trigger set from the factory to a 4- to 5-lb. pull, along with an extended magwell (often favored by action shooters), add to the gun’s unique appearance. Additionally, the top-notch workmanship Kimber is famous for is evident in its match-grade barrel, which has been fitted by hand for accuracy in the Kimber custom shop. To top it off, the Team Match II slide features the USA Shooting Team logo engraved in 24k gold. Since 2003, Kimber has supported USA Shooting by donating $100 of every Team Match II pistol sold, totaling $1.3 million to date.

 

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