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Published on Mar 8, 2012
David Robinson, an armorer at the Dominion Shooting Range in Richmond, Virginia, was the original owner of this Kimber Warrior. He overhauled the gun. And this type of customization speaks of Kimber's innate quality. Like a 1932 Ford. You can put in a new engine, chop it up, paint flames on the side, but it is still a Model A. It's a hot rod—which is a metaphor that Robinson himself uses to describe the gun. For the full review, check out Guns.com.