Description

Featuring a 6" long slide, the 10mm Stainless Target (LS) embodies all the custom features found standard on every Kimber 1911, proving once again that Kimber simultaneously produces America's highest quality 1911, and offers the best value.

The Stainless (LS) is built from superior quality raw materials that are both machined and hand-crafted into the 1911 that all others are measured against. Each Stainless (LS) features a 6” barrel and slide hand-fitted to the frame, dovetail mounted rear adjustable target sight and front red fiber optic sight, a beveled magazine well, match-grade trigger, and refined scallop/checkered rosewood grips with the Kimber logo.

Firearm Specifications
Manufacturer: Kimber America
Model: Stainless Target (LS)
Model Number: 3000372
Caliber: 10mm Auto
Weight: 42 oz. (with empty magazine)
Barrel Length: 6"
Barrel Material: Stainless Steel
Twist Rate: 16" Left Hand
Overall Length: 9.7"
Height: 5.25"
Magazine Capacity: 8 Rounds
Recoil Spring (pounds): 16.0
Frame Material: Stainless Steel
Frame Width: 1.28"
Slide Material: Stainless Steel
Slide Finish: Satin Silver
Sights: Kimber Adjustable
Grips: Rosewood Grips
Trigger: Aluminum
Trigger Factory Setting: 4.0 - 5.0 lbs.

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This is a good deal. I got one, but you will have to become a member to order (about $30 if I can remember). So far, the gun shoots flawlessly. After nearly 1000 rounds and only 2 failure to feeds (both were with after market magazines - with Kimber's magazine, the gun is perfect). I have shot Sellier and Bellot (180 gr), Sig Sauer Elite (180 gr), Freedom Munitions (180 gr), Federal Champion (180 gr), Blazer aluminum case (180 gr) and some reloads whose name I can't remember. I know Kimber has a reputation for unreliability (at least with some people), and this is a testament that this particular Kimber is very reliable.

The rear sites are fully adjustable and the front site has a fiber optic insert, forming a three-dot system. I took the gun shooting right out of the box and it was as accurate as any pistol I've ever shot with almost no changes to the sites. I did remove the thick, wooden grips and put on the more common thin grips that you find on a 1911.

This pistol comes with only one magazine, but I have a couple of mags from a 1911 Springfield 10mm that work fine (although one of the failures to feed was with a Springfield mag).

The finish on this gun makes it so that I don't have to clean brass off the slide, and it also resists fingerprints. It doesn't look like it can scratch easily.

The pistol is a 1970's series 1911, so it does not have that silly firing pin blocker as in the 80's series. In fact, Kimber has made a very basic style 1911 as the guide rod is not full length, but that little, stubby one you find in the classic GI 1911 pistols. The pistol also features a bushing like the classic 1911. Unfortunately, the pistol comes with an 18.5 lb recoil spring, so I swapped that out for a 23 lb spring instead (and that works just fine).

Overall, this is one of my favorite 1911s. It seems very solid and smooth, and does a good job of absorbing recoil. I find the trigger to be about average for a 1911, and I look forward to that trigger becoming smoother with time.

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