Compact II and Pro Carry II

Kimber Compact II

The Kimber Compact II and Pro Carry II is a medium-frame semi-automatic pistol chambered in .45 ACP. Kimber specializes in making replicas of the famous military pistol the 1911 and these two models make up the compact line of the series.

Unlike the standard Kimber model, the Compact II and Pro Carry II have a shorter grip and barrel.

The Compact II and Pro Carry II’s features include an aluminum match grade single-action trigger that sets off the action with a short pull and a match grade barrel.

There is only a slight difference between the Compact II and the Pro Carry II. The Compact has a medium-size frame whereas the Pro Carry II has a large frame. And the sub-models differ mostly by finish and the optional features, which include night sights, a Picatinny rail and laser grips.

Kimber recommends the Compact II and Pro Carry II for conceal carry or home defense.


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