Kimber Rimfire Target 1911. (Photo credit: Osage County Guns)

Gun Review: Kimber Rimfire Target 1911

I prefer my 1911s to be in John Browning’s chosen .45 ACP, but having one set up to properly handle a .22 LR cartridge makes all kinds of sense for a number of reasons, such as getting practice with the platform at a small fraction of the ammo costs of shooting .45 ACP. And for that, the Kimber Rimfire Target model is an excellent choice.

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Editorial: My Top Five Guns SHOT Show 2013

This was my first SHOT Show. I’m still a bit stunned. As a review writer, I know a lot about the industry. But now I know that I have a lot to learn. I could have spent all five days just studying ARs, or 1911s. There is too much for one person to see, so I thought I’d throw up a few of my favorites.