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Kimber Micro Magazines

About the Kimber Micro Pistol
Trusted by CCW permit holders and home defense shooters across the United States, the Kimber® Micro Pistol is a single-stack pocket-carry pistol, modeled after the famed 1911 pistol. Kimber Micro pistols feature a durable and corrosion-resistant stainless steel slide and match-grade steel barrel, mounted to a lightweight aluminum frame with interchangeable grip panels for a custom fit and finish and comfortable, convenient carry. The full-length steel guide rod delivers improved accuracy and speedy follow-up shots, while the solid aluminum SA/DA trigger provides a short take-up and crisp break. The slide-mounted thumb safety and built-in de-cocker for improved safety and reliability, while the 3.15” barrel and an elongated rear tang deliver consistent field service and a snug, non-slip grip for comfortable carry and improved control in high-stress environments. To top it off, the Micro line of pistols includes one standard-capacity single-stack magazine and one extended magazine for superior firepower and maximum concealment.

What’s the Advantage of a Micro-Compact Carry Pistol?
Micro-compact pistols are incredibly easy to conceal in virtually any IWB carry position, and even work with some pocket holsters. Though you may sacrifice overall carry capacity (most micro-compact pistols offer a 6+1 or 10+1 capacity), you’ll enjoy deeper concealment with virtually no printing. 

What Does “SA/DA” Mean and Why Does It Matter?

Single-action/Double-action pistols are fired by either pulling the hammer back with their thumb or racking the slide before pulling the trigger (single-action), or by simply pulling the trigger and forcing the hammer to pull itself back prior to striking the firing pin (double-action).

In simple terms, Single-action means pulling the trigger does one action: releasing the hammer on the firing pin, and the double-action system does two actions:  pulls the hammer back and releases the hammer on the firing pin. The single-action stage requires the hammer to be cocked (manually or mechanically) before firing, and offers a light, crisp pull, ensuring accurate shot placement and improved handling. A double-action trigger pull, on the other hand, is much heavier and requires an intentional pull. With single-action/double-action pistols, the first trigger pull will be a double-action pull and much heavier. As the slide travels rearward, it will automatically cock the hammer, allowing you to fire with a light and crisp single-action pull with every shot thereafter, making the single-action/double-action system one of the most reliable and safest hammer-fired pistol designs in the world.

At GunMag Warehouse, we offer a large selection of factory and aftermarket Kimber Micro magazines and accessories at low, budget-friendly prices. Shop our full collection of Kimber pistol magazines and accessories today!