Yonkers, New York – Kimber owner and President Leslie Edelman presented a $100,000 check to representatives of the U.S.A. Shooting Team at the recent 2008 SHOT Show. An installment in a very successful partnership agreement based on sales of the Kimber Team Match II pistol, this check increases Kimber’s total contribution to $600,000, the largest donation by a firearms company in Team history.
To prepare for Olympic competition, the U.S.A. Shooting Rapid Fire Pistol Team competes with pro shooters head-to-head on the action shooting circuit. Accustomed to shooting the world’s most accurate pistols, the Team chose Kimber to build their competition guns in both .45 ACP and 38 Super. Kimber is offering the identical model – the Team Match II – to the public, and donates $100 from the sale of each pistol to the Team. The $600,000 donated to date is the result of total model sales, and additional contributions are sure to follow.
The Team Match II pistol has a stainless steel slide and frame, along with an adjustable rear sight. Custom features include 30 lines-per-inch front strap checkering, extended and beveled magazine well for fast loading, and match grade barrel, chamber and trigger group. Red, white and blue grips with the Team logo set model apart from everything else at the range.
Team Match II pistols are available at over 2,000 Kimber Master Dealer locations across the country. Like all Kimber pistols, the Team Match II is proudly made in America.
Information and product videos are available at www.kimberamerica.com. Information on firearms, accessories and dealer locations will be mailed to those sending $2 to Kimber, One Lawton Street, Yonkers, NY 10705 or calling (800) 880-2418.
Yonkers, New York – Kimber owner and President Leslie Edelman presented a $100,000 check to…
by Tactical-Life.com / Feb 20, 2008