NRA Gun of the Week: Kimber Warrior SOC

The Kimber Warrior SOC (Special Operations Capable) is loaded with features that made this the pistol of the Marines assigned to Central Command. This 1911 pistol features a two-tone color pattern employing Kimpro II coating and highlighted by the earth-tone G-10 grip panels. Three-dot Tritium night sights provide 6.8” of sight radius to attain the best accuracy possible from its 5”, match-grade, stainless steel barrel. A factory match-grade trigger is included and is pre-set between four and five lbs. Magazine capacity is 7+1. An accessory rail built into the dust cover comes standard on the Warrior SOC as does a Crimson Trace Rail Master laser in a desert tan color configuration. MSRP is $1,665. For more watch the video above or visit

Kimber Warrior SOC Specifications
Manufacturer: Kimber Mfg. Inc.
Model: Warrior SOC
Action: Single-action, Semi-automatic, Center-fire, Pistol
Caliber: .45 ACP
Frame: Steel
Slide: Steel
Sights: Ramped Rear, Post Front, Three-dot Configuration, Tritium
Barrel: 5”
Twist: 1:16” LH 
Trigger: Factory set 4-5 lbs.
Magazine: 7-round, Detachable Box
Finish: Bi-tone Kimpro II
Grips: G-10
Length: 8.7”
Height: 5.25”
Weight: 39 ozs. Empty
Accessories: Owner’s Manual, Crimson Trace Rail Master laser sight
MSRP: $1665


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