Gear: Kimber Tactical Pro 4


Kimber Tactical Pro 4

Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: $999.95
Average Rating:
(15 Votes)

Tactical pistols are loaded with Custom Shop features that make them ideal for carry or defense as well as law enforcement use. Calibers: 9mm Features: Exclusive gray anodized aluminum frames dramatically reduce weight without compromising performance or durability. All Tactical pistols feature Meprolight Tritium 3-dot night sights, ambidextrous safety and premium aluminum trigger. Tactical pistols have 30 lines-per-inch checkering or the front strap and under the trigger guard with extended magazine well for enhanced grip and control. Specifications: Height (inches) 90° to barrel: 5.5 Weight (ounces) with empty magazine: 28 Length (inches): 7.7 Magazine capacity: 7 Magazine well Ambidextrous thumb safety Recoil spring (pounds): 22 Frame: Material: Aluminum Finish: Gray anodized Width (inches): 1.28 Frontstrap checkering (30 LPI) Checkering under trigger guard (30 LPI) Slide: Material: Steel Finish: Matte black oxide Barrel: Steel match grade Length (inches): 4 Twist rate (left hand): 16 Sights: Meprolight Tritium 3-dot night, fixed Radius (inches): 5.7,br> Grips: Black and silver laminated, logo ,br> Trigger: Premium aluminum match grade,br> Factory setting (approx. pounds): 4-5

Member Reviews

  • Dog_20face_max30
    hootielee, Mon, 04 Jun 2007 01:46:30 UTC.
    1st review

    This weapon comes in 9MM calibur. The stock trigger pull is approx 4.5 lbs. I can assure you that it is really smooth. The recoil force is really small even for a 9mm. It is a little pricey however if you get into a fire fight; you've got to ask yourself "how much is your life worth?"

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  • Evil_max30
    Scurge, Tue, 27 Nov 2007 00:03:38 UTC.

    The TLE is better. I bought one because it had all the extra features I wanted (ambi-safety, checkered front strap, mag wheel and night sights), except it had an alloy frame. Had a few malfunctions, the more I shot the less I had had. Trigger was a little stiff. I would buy another one if they would make in a steel frame.

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  • Bigbadgemem_max30
    sdidur, Tue, 04 Dec 2007 17:29:16 UTC.

    I was a little disapointed that out of the box i had so many fail to feed malfuntions but after a few hundred rounds things are much better. I am just the kind of guy that likes things to work correctly from the start - especially when you pay close to $1000.00 for it.
    I really love the feel of this gun, it points exceptionally well, I love the stipling on the front strap, i would prefer the memory bump type beavertail buy all in all it is a great gun

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  • Newpatch_sq90_max30
    JIMROC, Mon, 31 Mar 2008 19:23:37 UTC.

    great firearm. highly recommend it

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    JD_Wellin, Tue, 17 Jun 2008 02:38:34 UTC.

    My friend introduced me to his Kimber, he claims it was the best investment he made. We went shooting and I love it. I'm now saving the money to buy myself 1

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  • Nunst042_max30
    Posse44, Mon, 07 Jul 2008 02:02:10 UTC.

    Can't beat the best out of the box 1911's on the market. KIMBER

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  • Knock_knock_max30
    GPD231, Sat, 09 Aug 2008 13:15:34 UTC.

    Bought one from a friend and he wanted it back 6 months later. Selling it back was a mistake. Great weapon!!!

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  • Zee-2_max30
    Wolvarine, Wed, 03 Sep 2008 04:07:11 UTC.

    Another Great Weapon!

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  • Rsz_kas_max30
    nic999, Tue, 09 Sep 2008 04:48:09 UTC.


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  • L_1d5951fe3d7dae4be808c09b3214b015_max30
    depdawgjim, Thu, 20 Nov 2008 16:31:56 UTC.

    I have had a number of 1911 style pistols from Springfield, Para, Sig and Colt. All have been Damn fine weapons and go bang each and everytime you pull the trigger.

    I own several Kimber's now and have sold the rest. The Kimber Pistols are the best gun you can buy bar none. They come complete out of the box with all the bells and whistles you desire. Just pick the pistol that has the features you want, load it and go kill something. It's pretty much that simple.

    My Tactical Pro is in .45 calibre as is all of my 1911's. This is a personal choice, if you are OK with 9mm, .40, .357 or whatever, so am I. I trust my life to the .45.

    The Tactical Pro has a full size frame and commander length slide. This makes it ideal for both duty and off duty carry. If you can only buy one, this is the one.

    In a nutshell, KIMBER FIREARMS are top of the line. They are a bit pricey but you could pay alot more and get alot less!!!!.

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  • Picture_1_max30
    BOBR, Tue, 31 Mar 2009 01:31:31 UTC.

    I actually have a Kimber sis pro.....I paid a pretty penny for it and also shhots great with very little recoil!!!

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  • Policelinkbadge_max160_max50_max30
    arrowhead1_23, Thu, 23 Apr 2009 21:05:16 UTC.

    very good weapon very reliable it's a kimber what else can i say

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  • El-cerrito-police_max30
    gunner11, Tue, 19 May 2009 03:12:42 UTC.

    almost perfect accuracy
    and it's a smooth shot

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    Anonymous, Fri, 22 May 2009 13:49:17 UTC.

    I carry a Kimber Tac Pro II in 9mm sometimes when off-duty. It is exceptionally accurate, and the production/custom touches are nice (high ride beavertail, ambi safety, dovetailed sights, etc...). My only issue other than the price thus far is the factory magazines seldom hold the slide open on empty. I fixed the problem with Wilson ETM 9mm mags. With the addition of the new mags, it is now "BET YOUR LIFE" dependable.

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    agembry, Mon, 21 Jun 2010 13:18:14 UTC.

    It just plain shoots.

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