Kimber has added three new models to its K6s revolver line: the DC (Deep Cover), CDP (Custom Defense Package) and Stainless 3-inch.
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The DC sports a black DLC finish, ergonomic black G10 grips and low-profile tritium 3-dot night sights.
The CDP boasts Kimber’s Carry Melt treatment that rounds edges for snag-free carry, as well as a black DLC finish on the frame and a brushed stainless barrel and cylinder and small parts, checkered ergonomic rosewood grips and low-profile tritium 3-dot night sights.
The Stainless 3-inch, meanwhile, has a three-inch barrel, low-glare brushed stainless frame finish, large smooth walnut grips and white 3-dot sights.
“K6s set the bar for quality in production revolvers when we launched the platform last year,” Kimber’s director of product management Winslow Potter said in a statement. “We work hard to ensure that we continue to raise that bar to better meet the specific applications and individual personalities of the American gun owner, and these mid-year K6s models do just that.”
First introduced in January of 2016, the Kimber K6s is a six-round .357 magnum revolver. Its weight starts at 23 ounces and it features a compact, ergonomic stainless steel frame, in addition to a stainless steel cylinder that measures 1.39-inches in diameter. It also boasts an internal hammer, match-grade trigger, and edges that are rounded and blended to stop clothing or holster snags.
Kimber says it is releasing these three new models in the coming weeks. MSRP for the DC is $1,155, while the CDP is priced at $1,155 and the Stainless 3-inch will be available for $899.
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For more information on the K6s revolver line and other products from Kimber, please go to kimberamerica.com.
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