Gun Report

Kimber Aegis II 9mm

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Great looks, plus excellent point-and-shoot handling, are its strongest points. Slick and snag free, first-class checkering added grip where it counted most.

Kimber Aegis II 9mm

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Single
Trigger Span Double

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Features like 30-lpi checkering on the front strap, slim wood grips, a low-mass flush-fit hammer, minimal thumb safety, cocking serrations on the rear sight, and a complete smoothing of all the edges including a forward radius on the magazine release makes the Kimber Aegis II one sophisticated pistol.
The slide was flat topped to reduce mass and speed cycling. Night sights were standard.
Kimber's 9mm magazine, (foreground), was the same dimension as the seven round 45 ACP magazine shown next to it. Interior length was modified with a spacer shown at the rear. Capacity was eight rounds.

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