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Kimber Stainless II 1911 - 45 ACP
Kimber Stainless II 1911 - 45 ACP
Kimber Stainless II 1911 | 45 ACP | Free Portable Pistol Safe 1

Kimber Stainless II 1911 | 45 ACP | Free Portable Pistol Safe

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Kimber Stainless II 1911 - 45 ACP


The accuracy, dependability and renowned Kimber features of the Stainless II family set the standard against which all other 1911 brands and models are measured.


-Caliber: 45 ACP
-Height (inches) 90° to barrel: 5.25
-Weight (ounces) with empty magazine: 38
-Length (inches): 8.7
-Magazine capacity: 7
-Recoil spring (pounds): 16.0
-Full-length guide rod

-Material: Stainless Steel
-Finish: Satin Steel

-Material: Stainless Steel
-Finish:Satin Steel

-Length (inches): 5
-Material: Steel, match grade
-Stainless steel match grade bushing
-Twist rate (left hand): 16

-Fixed low profile
-Radius (inches): 6.8

-Kimber Logo

-Aluminum, match grade
-Factory setting (approximate pounds): 4.0 - 5.0


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Smooth and Accurate 12/25/2018
By Edward N Flail
I bought a used Stainless II with supposedly only 5 rounds shot through it from the dealer who sold it to the original purchaser. Bought my son a Sig .45 at the same time. We shoot together and try each other's guns. We both like both. I prefer the Kimber because it is smoother, has a nice feel and is very accurate. My son likes it, too. It has a number of match grade components, which adds to the value. It was also half the price of the Sig, which makes it a bargain, although the Sig came with night sights and two magazines. This is my first 1911. I have no issues with the format and can adapt easily between it and my other pistols which are not 1911s. Recoil is less forceful than I expected and less than the Sig. After putting a few hundred rounds through it, I love my Kimber and would highly recommend one to any shooter, male or female.