The Kimber Eclipse Target II is a simulated model 1911 based on the semi automatic pistol chambered in the popular .45 ACP and also firing the 10mm cartridges.
The Kimber Eclipse Target II is one of numerous models that the Kimber manufacturing company makes. The series II designation indicates that the firearm has an internal firing pin block safety that is disengaged by gently depressing the grip safety. The Kimber Eclipse Target II has an external extractor on the firearm, in contrast to older Kimber models of similar pistols, which had an internal extractor. The imber Eclipse Target II has adjustable night sights, lightweight trigger bi-tone stainless/black finish, commander style hammer, and a custom beavertail grip safety. Decorative features on the weapon include checkering on back and rear straps, and forward and rear cocking serrations on the slide.
Calibers: .45 ACP, 10mm
Features: Stainless steel frame and slide completed in a rugged matte black oxide and then upon all flat surfaces are carefully polished to develop a remarkable look to the pistol. The Eclipse handguns come equipped with 3 dot night sights and additionally bar dot adjustable on the target models of the pistol. A very high end premium aluminum trigger and 30 lines per inch front quality strap checkering come constant on the all steel Eclipse firearms.
Specifics: Height (inches) 90Â° to barrel: 5.25 Weight (ounces) with empty magazine: 38 Length (inches): 8.7 Magazine capacity: 8 Recoil spring (pounds): 16
Frame: Material: Stainless steel Finish pistol: Brush-polished Width (inches): 1.28 Frontstrap checkering (30 LPI)
Slide: Material: Stainless steel Finish pistol: Brush polished Front serrations pistol
Barrel: Steel match grade pistol Length (inches): 5 Stainless steel match grade bushing Twist rate pistol (left hand): 16
Sights: Meprolight Tritium bar-dot night pistol, adjustable Radius (inches): 6.8
Grips: Black and silver laminated Trigger pistol: Premium aluminum match grade Factory setting pistol (approx. pounds): 4-5