BarryinIN Posted May 14, 2019 Report Share Posted May 14, 2019 I now have one coming. I’ve liked the K6s since handling them at the 2016 NRA Convention. Very nice trigger. I already had a S&W 640, so didn’t see the point of getting a Kimber too. At least, not for almost twice what the 640 cost. The 3” Kimber though, that got me thinking. That’s a different beast. I like 3” revolvers and have had a few in various frame sizes. They carry like a 2” and shoot like a 4”. The 3” S&W 36 I had was probably the best example of this I’ve wanted to replace a 3” S&W 65 I used to have, but those are bringing a lot of money now. I was recently in a revolver class and one of the other students had a Kimber K6s 2”. After shooting it, I “needed” one more than I previously thought. These facts combined to give me the push to try out a Kimber. The only complaint I have so far about the 3” Kimber is they didn’t put a full length ejector rod on them. It uses the same stubby rod as the 2”. Why Kimber? Why has thou forsaken me? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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