Well, it is hard to describe the feelings of elation and let-down in one range session, but here goes.
I took my M9 and new Kimber mags to range with K6s. Very not good results. Will post on proper forum.
Now, the K6s. What a joy to shoot! I took 25 Hornady 125 gr 38, and 25 110gr Winchester 357 to the range with bells on my toes. Not really, but it is that time of year. The gun performed absolutely flawlessly. The 38's I fired were barely felt in terms of recoil. The 357's, although staunch, were very controllable. I got to where I shot cylinders of mixed 38/357 and the difference was shocking. I have posted the target I placed at 21 feet. I will tell you the ones closest to the center were combinations of 38 and 357. The strays were later as I tired a bit after these and my initial M9 range outing. I was majorly impressed with the trigger. It stages very nicely and reset is positive and very easy to pick up for those second shots. I did have one that departed before I was ready. I assume it was my fault, cold and wind not withstanding.
Great gun folks. If you are a wheelgun fan, this is a great little piece. Just for your info, my J frame holsters don't fit very well. Barrel shroud and width of cylinder biggest culprits.
As I was cleaning the K6 I noticed a couple of things. The fit and finish is very well done. I took the grip off and the frame is very much like the SP101 Ruger. As a Ruger armorer I was tempted to take the side plate to see what other items might be the same, but I chose not to. Ejector rod even has a slight wobble as does the SP 101. It does look like a "1911" company produced this gun as all screws are hex head and all the same size at that. Lock up is solid, reminds me of a Colt I had a good while back. ALL edges except under the grips are rounded or angled at 45 deg. A little heavy when loaded for pocket carry, but for a person a bit larger with larger pants pockets etc, may not be an issue. Came with a plastic six round insert that I have been using for snap caps for dry firing. Lastly, I remember having a difficult time picking up the front sight and thus getting a good sight picture. I foresee painting the front sight or it does have a pinned front sight meaning an interchangeable sight is not far away.