Kimber is upgrading its Micro and Micro 9 compact carry pistol lineup to include six new variants: the Kimber Micro Desert Tan (LG); Micro Rose Gold; Micro 9 Rose Gold; Micro 9 Midnight (LG); Micro 9 Desert Night (LG); and Micro 9 Woodland Night (LG).
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Chambered in .380 ACP and 9mm respectively, the Kimber Micro and Micro 9 each sport a stainless steel barrel and slide as well as an aluminum frame. Both also feature a single action trigger with a short, smooth pull. Meanwhile, the thumb safety, slide release and magazine release are pure 1911 in design. Other common features between these two lineups include an ejection port that is lowered and flared and a beveled magazine well for fast, positive loading. In addition, the sights are steel, not plastic, and mounted in machined dovetails, giving the end user added durability.
“The Micro and Micro 9 are truly exceptional platforms that offer the user adequate stopping power combined with the stunning looks and reliability that people have come to expect from Kimber,” Winslow Potter, Kimber’s director of product management, says in the press release “We’re working hard to build products that better suit our customers’ specific applications and individual personalities, and these six new Micro and Micro 9 line extensions do a good job in helping to tell that story.”
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MSRP for the new Kimber Micro Desert Tan (LG) and Micro Rose Gold is $747 and $1,013, respectively. Among the new Micro 9 offerings, the Rose Gold is $1,061, and the Micro 9 Midnight (LG), Desert Night (LG) and Woodland Night (LG) will all run you $790. All of these pistols will be available from dealers in the coming weeks.
For more information about Kimber, visit kimberamerica.com.
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