Alabama-based Kimber this month announced a series of compensated, optics-ready, and Rapide variants to the company's Micro 9 series pistol lineup.
The all-metal, subcompact Micro 9 models all run a 3.15-inch stainless-steel match-grade barrel, a 16-pound recoil spring, and use seven-round magazines. They tape out at 6.1-inches long overall with Mini Comp models adding an inch to that figure, standing just over 4-inches tall and weighing slightly less than a pound. Using M1911-style ergonomics, they have a single-action trigger. Standard features across the line include stainless-steel barrels and slides over aluminum frames finished in a variant of the company's corrosion/wear-fighting KimPro II finish.
The seven new Micro 9 models include three semi-custom Rapide variants, two compensated models, and two optics-ready pistols.