Kimber is rolling out a flurry of new wheelguns for 2019 to the delight of revolver lovers. This will include their 1st model of a .357 Magnum that offers a single-action trigger in the K6s DASA (Double-Action, Single-Action). The aesthetic curb appeal of the TLE (Tactical Law Enforcement) will be applied to a 2” and 3” barrel version of the K6s as well. Finally, the K6s DC (Deep Cover) and CDP (Custom Defense Package) will receive the option of a Crimson Trace lasergrip. There is a lot of 6-shooter sweetness to cover so let’s dive in!
Kimber K6s DASA .357 Magnum
The most exciting revolver to be introduced for 2019 by Kimber is absolutely the K6s DASA. This model affords the shooter to shoot a light 3 – 3 ½ Lbs. single-action trigger or a slightly heavier 9 ½ – 10 Lbs. double-action pull. The K6s DASA will be offered in both a 2” and 3” barrel with white 3-dot sights, knurled hammer spur, checkered laminate walnut grips, and a stainless metal finish. This wheelgun has a 6-round cylinder chambered for .357 Magnum and is MSRP’ed at $970 for either barrel length option.
Kimber K6s TLE .357 Magnum
This double-action only (DAO) revolver gets a stylistic makeover with the TLE finish and a set of green and black scalloped G10 boot grips. This new iteration of the K6s, similar to the K6s DASA, will be available in a 2” or 3” barrel for consumers. Some of the highlights are a matte black finish, tritium night sights, and a 6-round cylinder. The DAO trigger pulls in at 9 ½ – 10 Lbs. with a smooth, no-stacking break. The MSRP for these new K6s TLE models are benchmarked at $1,020.
kimber k6s dc (lg) & cdp (Lg) .357 magnum
The Kimber K6s CDP and DC are models we have all seen before, but now we have the additional factory option of a Crimson Trace lasergrip. This inherently bumps the price quite a bit. For the Kimber K6s DC (LG) you are looking at an MSRP of $1,485 and for the K6s CDP (LG) a sticker price of $1,510. Both of these models still retain all of their original specifications of tritium night sights, a DLC finish, and a 6-round cylinder.
With the release of 4 new models of the K6s soon to be available in 2019 and technically 6 new offerings to throw money at, which ones intrigue you the most? Or do these new models of the K6s not quite excite you? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.