Gun Review: 10mm Kimber Stainless II

Sometimes you want a big, solid pistol that’s designed to hit hard and get the job done. If that’s what you need, get your hands on the Kimber Stainless II in 10mm. 

This would be a fine gun for hunting deer or hogs and could even serve a seasoned shooter as an excellent self-defense sidearm.

The gun is classic Kimber, built on a 1911 frame with outstanding accuracy and the fit and finish you’ve come to expect from this company.

What can you say? It’s a 1911.

All the controls are in the right places, the grip fills the hand nicely and the little touches like an adjustable rear sight, beaver tail grip safety and super-smooth trigger elevate this gun from standard to exquisite.

And then there is the idea of shooting it. Some people don’t like the 10mm. I’m not one of them. With the Kimber Stainless Target II and 155-grain loads I was launching double taps (and hitting the targets) without any trouble.

If you’ve got something that needs a lot of killin’, step up to the 10mm and get your hands on a Kimber Stainless Target II. To get a closer look check out www.kimberamerica.com

 

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