I bought a Kimber K6S two days ago. The smooth trigger was at the top of the list of reasons I bought it.
I just got into revolvers when I bought a S&W 686 for a self Christmas present. One thing led to another. Soon I had a J-Frame snubbie to carry. The S&W 637 seemed built for concealed carry. The only drawback was it's kind of hard to shoot accurately. After a lot of practice, I could hit an 8" circle at 10 yards.
I'm not here to bad mouth the S&W 637. It is what it is. Only so much can be expected from a 2" double action revolver -- right ???
I read about the Kimber K6S, and was curious. But, I really didn't expect to get one. I had my S&W snubbie.
When I saw the Kimber at the LGS, I asked to look at it. When I pulled the trigger, I decided I wasn't going to give it back. There went $830.
I took it to the range today, and it exceeded my expectations. I was immediately getting 4" groups @ 10 yards. It didn't get any better as time went on, I was too busy having fun. I usually need to get a new gun out of my system, then settle down on the second visit.
Everybody wanted to see it, and remarked how beautiful it was. I hadn't considered that yet, as it's a defense gun. Beauty isn't a necessary attribute.
However; it does bring a lot of other defense attributes to the table.
1. Six rounds may not sound like a lot more than five, but it's 20% more.
2. It's also capable of delivering .357 MAG power. Very comforting. It's a little snappy with MAGs, but not more than my 70 year old arthritic hands can handle.
3. It's more accutate in my hands than any gun that size ever was.
4. It's still small enough for pocket carry if I choose.
5. Did I mention it's purty?