Kimber Makes Bold Statements with 2015 Summer Collection

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posted on June 4, 2015
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Kimber's 2015 Summer Collection is now available from Kimber Master Dealers. This year's collection includes both 1911 and Micro models, a new gem-tone model to join the Sapphire and Onyx, striking engraving, limited edition specialized serial numbers and a big shout-out to the State of Texas.

Diamond Ultra II, .45 ACP and 9mm

The latest addition to Kimber's Special Edition gem-tone line of 1911s is the Diamond Ultra II. Available in both .45 ACP and 9mm, the Diamond Ultra II features a mirror-polished slide and small parts, delicately engraved scroll accents and Special Edition markings on the slide, ambidextrous thumb safety, tritium night sights and aluminum ball-milled grips. Suggested retail price is $1,652.

Stainless II (Classic Engraved Edition), .45 ACP

The Stainless II (Classic Engraved Edition) has the timeless silhouette of a full-sized 1911, accented by vine and leaf full coverage engraving with stipple relief on the frame and slide. The mainspring housing is engraved to match. The pistol wears high-grade walnut grips with Ivory Micarta checkered inlay. Suggested retail price is $1,905.

Stainless II (Texas Edition)

The Stainless II (Texas Edition) is a 500 unit, Limited Edition model with a unique serial range beginning with the prefix TXE. High polished flats on the slide and frame beautifully accentuate the western leaf and scroll engraving with saw tooth border on the slide. A matching engraved pattern is also on the mainspring housing. The 1835 motto, "Come and Take It" appears on the left bonded ivory grip panel, and the great State of Texas with the state flag graces the right panel. Suggested retail price is $1,633.

Micro Diamond, .380 ACP

The Micro Diamond .380 ACP is also new to the gem-tone line. It features mirror-polished slide and small parts, delicately engraved scroll accents and Special Edition markings on the slide, ambidextrous thumb safety, tritium night sights and Ivory Micarta ball-milled grips. Suggested retail price is $1,014.

Micro Bel Air, .380 ACP

This sophisticated new member of the Micro family features a mirror-polished slide and small parts, beautiful Bel Air Blue finish on the frame and Ivory Micarta grips. Suggested retail price is $810.

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