Kimber announced a number of additions to their line for 2019, two of the most noteworthy being a striker-fired subcompact and a full-size exposed hammer revolver.
The EVO SP pistol is . . .
Designed to be the ultimate choice in concealed carry pistols, EVO SP was tailored by Kimber engineers to be the best shooting and most well equipped compact metal framed pistol on the market. Not only was EVO SP machined to the tightest allowable tolerances it was also put through multiple iterations of hands-on human factors testing to ensure the best possible user experience before finalizing the design.
Standout features include an innovative grip system that eliminates hardware on thegrip surface, a magazine release that can be configured for right or left-handed shooters, a striker indicator that allows for both a visual and physical confirmation the striker is cocked, disassembly with no trigger press, ledged tritium night sights for single hand manipulations and a sight picture no matter the light conditions, and a 6-7lb trigger with crisp reset. EVO SP is the ideal choice for shooters that demand a feature packed, compact size striker-fired firearm matched with all metal construction.
MSRP for the EVO SP starts at $856.
Their new K6s DASA .357 revolver . . .
The K6s DASA features a knurled hammer spur and is available in 2- and 3-inch barrels. TLE finish is now available in the K6s platform and Crimson Trace Lasergrips models are now available in the DC and CDP finishes.
Both models will MSRPs of $970.