You’ll be shocked to learn what a slight boost in performance will feel like when installing our reduced Revolver Kimber spring kit. Made for Kimber K6s and DASA Models, this customized firing pin spring kit will let you experience an effortless and comfortable trigger pull that sends chills down your spine. The Kimber double-action trigger pull is good, but we have made it even better. You can guarantee a consistent and reliable 9LB double action trigger after installing our reduced spring kit. Check out the YouTube channel for easy installation!
COMPETITION READY - Our Kimber Reduced Spring Kit will drastically change the overall feel of your revolver. Making it smoother and lighter than ever before.
MADE IN AMERICA - Expertly constructed for high performance.
GUNSMITH FITTING IS NOT REQUIRED BUT SOMETIMES NECESSARY
- PARTS INCLUDED: Extended Firing Pin, Reduced Firing Pin Spring, Cylinder Stop Spring, Main Spring, and a Rebound Spring.
Highly recommend it to others, just be careful with the Kimber revolver. The side plate screws are lok-tighted in and they might strip out. But dont call Kimber because if you do this according to Kinber you void the warranty
They wanted to charge me $650 to fix it. And that would include putting springs back to factory pull weights. Buy Ruger or Smith better tech support.
I put this kit into my Kimber K6S following the video from the company and it went together in 10 minutes. No problems with the install and reassembly was easy. I noticed a huge improvement in the reduced amount of trigger pull and even my wife was able to dry-fire it without any problems. If you have a Kimber K6S, you need to get this kit!
This kit was almost perfect, using the video provided by tk customs I was able to install my kit rather easily and it makes the double action trigger pull much more manageable.
The reason I say almost is the firing pin I received was way too short. Upon inspection after installing the kit I found that the pin did not even stick out past the frame when struck. I had to take the firearm apart and reinstall the original firing pin.
I have the 3 inch dasa model so maybe that's what caused the problem. That and some of the instructions in the video weren't the same for the gun I installed the kit on.