Kimber has built its reputation in part by continually refining the classic 1911 design, and for 2015 it has pushed the boundaries for concealed-carry firearms again with the additions of the Kimber Micro Raptor Stainless and the Kimber Micro Advocate. These new .380 ACP subcompact pistols deliver 1911-style ergonomics with light weights and subcompact frames, making them ideal for everyday-carry defense.
The Micro Raptor Stainless features a lightweight aluminum frame, a steel slide and a 6+1 capacity in .45 ACP. A satin silver finish and zebra wood grips add a classic 1911 aesthetic to the package. The pistol’s 2.75-inch ramped barrel and minimal 5.6-inch length give the gun a profile perfect for undercover carry. Tritium three-dot night sights make for intuitive targeting even in low-light situations.
Kimber’s Micro Advocate features all of the characteristics of the Micro family, including the short, smooth single-action trigger, a lowered and flared ejection port and standard 1911 controls. Available in two-tone models with either purple or brown grips, the Micro Advocate is an attractive .380 ACP subcompact that holds 6+1 rounds in its standard magazine and 7+1 with its included extended magazine.
For more information on these new offerings, visit http://www.kimberamerica.com or call 888-243-4522.
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