Crimson Trace Lasergrip for Kimber K6S Revolver

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posted on October 31, 2016
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One of Crimson Trace's newest Lasergrips options is the LG-950 Master Series grips for the Kimber K6s, Kimber's first-ever revolver.

The LG-950 Master Series Lasergrips feature a slatewood finish and offer instantaneous target acquisition for the K6s revolver. The unit uses Crimson Trace's Instictive Activation technology, which features a small activation tab on the grip of the gun. Once a user squeezes the grip, the laser instantly activates, providing a 0.5-inch diameter dot at 50 feet.

The LG-950 installs onto the Kimber K6s with no modifications. The unit comes pre-sighted from the factory at 50 feet, but it is fully adjustable for windage and elevation. The 5-milliwatt red laser is powered by two 2032 batteries that provide a constant-on life of more than four hours. The LG-950 is part of Crimson Trace's Free Batteries for Life program.

The LG-950 unit for the Kimber K6s is only available in black and retails at a suggested price of $399.

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