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Two years ago, Kimber entered the revolver market for the first time with its K6s. Since then, the Yonkers, N.Y.-based company has continued to expand the line. With this expansion comes the opportunity; opportunity, that is, for other companies to step up and offer accessories for the gun. Take Crimson Trace, which just released its Master Series Lasergrips laser sight for the stainless K6s.

At the heart of the LG-952 Lasergrips is its 5mW red laser. The laser is illuminated when the end user utilizes a natural grip which places the user’s finger on top of an included front activation button. This, dear reader, is known as Crimson Trace’s Instant Activation technology. Furthermore, the laser runs on one 1/3N lithium battery and has a battery life of over four hours. It features a master on/off switch to help you manage the battery usage.

The LG-952 Lasergrips sports an eye-catching, full-length rosewood panel on both sides of the grip. The grip also boasts Crimson Trace’s Shock-Stop rubber overmold construction, which absorbs recoil.

Fully adjustable for windage and elevation, the laser sight is easily user-installed with no revolver modifications required. It comes with all the required batteries, installation wrenches and an owner’s manual.

MSRP on the LG-952 is $399. Specs are below.

For more on Crimson Trace, head over to crimsontrace.com.

Crimson Trace LG-952 Lasergrips for Kimber K6s

Product Type Lasergrips
Attachment Grip Replacement
Activation Location Front Activation
Sighting Factory Sighted at 50′
Master On/Off Switch Yes
Free Batteries For Life Yes
Battery Type One 1/3N Lithium Battery
Laser Battery Life Over Four Hours
Laser Output 5mW Red Laser
Activation Mode Pressure Activated
Laser Visibility Approx .5 Inch Diameter at 50 Feet
Wrench Size 0.028
User Adjustable Windage and Elevation
Installation User Installed
Warranty Three Year Full Warranty
Color Rosewood
Dot Size Approx. 0.50″ at 50′

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