November 2005

Alloy-Frame 1911s: We Choose Kimber’s Tactical Custom II .45

Springfield Armory’s Lightweight Champion GI wouldn’t shoot hollowpoints, and we didn’t like the laser grips on Smith & Wesson’s 1911PD. The Kimber had but one easy-to-fix flaw.

Springfield Armory’s Lightweight Champion GI wouldn’t shoot hollowpoints, and we didn’t like the laser grips on Smith & Wesson’s 1911PD. The Kimber had but one easy-to-fix flaw.

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