Kimber extends K6s revolver line with four new models

The Kimber K6s Stainless revolver on display at SHOT Show 2017. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

The Kimber K6s Stainless revolver on display at SHOT Show 2017. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

Kimber’s K6s gets a boost as four new models join the revolver line originally introduced in 2016, the company announced Thursday.

The new offerings include K6s Stainless, K6s Stainless NS, K6s Stainless LG and a K6s Deluxe Carry Revolver. The new models look to add small upgrades to the lightweight, compact, six round revolver line chambered in .357 Magnum.

The Stainless K6s utilizes low-glare brushed stainless frame finish matched with black rubber grips for an elegant looking carry revolver. Equipped with black serrated white dot sights, the Stainless version retails for $899, the lowest of the new models.

The K6s Stainless NS is equipped with the same low-glare brushed stainless finish and black rubber grips as the Stainless but upgrades on the sights. The NS utilizes a set of three-dot tritium night sights in lieu of standard white dots. The addition of tritium pushes the NS price-point up to $919.

The Kimber K6s LG features CrimsonTrace lasergrips. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

The Kimber K6s LG showing off its Crimson Trace lasergrips at SHOT Show 2017. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

The Stainless LG gains its name from its lasergrips. The LG wears a set of sleek, ergonomic black wood and rubber Crimson Trace Master Series Lasergrips on the stainless steel frame. Featuring black serrated white dot sights, the LG is priced on the high end at $1,177.

The Deluxe Carry Revolver model rounds out the new models. It utilizes a smooth satin silver frame finish and checkered Millennium Rosewood grips. The DCR is fitted with a red fiber optic front sight and black rear sight. The DCR slips in behind the LG, retailing for $1,088.

Each K6s weighs 23 ounces with a two-inch barrel. All models are machined from stainless steel and are resistant to the elements. The wheelguns utilize an internal hammer, smooth match grade trigger and rounded edges that are snag-free and concealed carry friendly.

The original and its new sister guns are available at Kimber Master Dealers.

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