Kimber 3200383 Hero Custom 1911 .45acp 5in 7rd Black/FDE


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Product Description

The Boot Campaign stands for serving those who have given so much for our country, and Kimber couldn't be more proud to stand with them on this special edition 1911. We could not find a more fitting name for this model than Hero. The Kimber Hero Custom is one of the finest all-around 1911 pistols available from Kimber, complete with fiber optic sights, Kryptek Highlander grips, desert tan frame and a black slide with tan engraving. Firearm Features

Specifications and Features:

  • Boot Campaign logo engraved on topstrap
  • Black KimPro II finish on the slide with U.S flag engraving
  • Kryptek Highlander patterned grips
  • Desert Tan KimPro II frame
  • Fiber optic sights Green and Red
  • Integrated lanyard loop
  • Height (inches) 90deg to barrel: 5.25
  • Weight (ounces) with empty magazine: 38
  • Length (inches): 8.7
  • Magazine capacity: 7
  • Recoil spring (pounds): 16.0
  • Full-length guide rod
  • Frame: Stainless steel Finish: Desert tan, Width (inches): 1.28
  • Slide: Stainless steel Finish: Matte black, Front serrations, Tan engraving
  • Barrel: Stainless Match Grade 5in With Match Grade Bushing LH 1 in 16
  • Trigger: Aluminum 3 Hole approx 4-5 lbs Pull

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