WATCH: Kimber EVO SP

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posted on January 28, 2019
Long known for its line of semi-custom 1911s, Kimber moved further into the concealed-carry market a few years back with its Micro lineup of 9 mm and .380 ACP carry pistols, designed to provide the same single-action feel as the company's larger 1911s. Now, for 2019, Kimber expanded into striker-fired designs with the new EVO SP.

For more details on the new EVO SP, watch our range video above.

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