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In celebration of the 100th birthday of the 1911, the Kimber Custom Shop has created the Centennial Edition .45 ACP. The finest limited edition pistol ever made by Kimber, only 250 were produced. Special features include an elegant finish by Turnbull Restoration, which includes a color case hardened frame, a charcoal-blued slide and barrel, and nitre blue pins and trigger. The smooth grip panels are solid ivory, and fine scroll engraving covers the slide flats. The special serial number sequence of MMXI001-MMXI250 was assigned, and each pistol rests in a lockable wood and leather presentation case with a brass plate on the outer lid, a green felt lining and a maker’s label inside. Additional special features include a solid, match-grade trigger with a 4–5 lb. pull,adjustable sights and narrow slide serrations. Like all Kimber pistols, the Centennial Edition features a match grade barrel, chamber and trigger. Made entirely in America, it pays tribute to the greatest fighting pistol ever designed. Specifications:

Caliber: .45 ACP Magazine capacity: 7+1 Height (inches) 90° to barrel: 5.25? Weight (ounces) with empty magazine: 38 Length (inches): 8.7
Frame:

Finish: Color case hardened Nitre blue pins
Slide:

Finish: Charcoal-blued Engraved pattern with "Centennial Edition" engraved on the slide Narrow slide serrations
Barrel:

Length (inches): 5 Material: Steel, match grade Finish: Charcoal-blued
Sights:

Adjustable sights
Grips:

Solid ivory smooth grip panels
Trigger:

Premium Match Grade Nitre blue Factory setting (appx. pounds): 4.0 - 5.0
Price of the gun is $4150 plus $50 shipping in the continental US. There is a three day non-firing inspection period on this piece beginning the day it arrives at your FFL with the buyer paying all shipping charges if returned. This gun will become the centerpiece of any Kimber collection, or any collection for that matter. Contact me at [email protected] with any questions you might have.

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