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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Kimber Pepper Blaster Live Fire

So we go to the secret testing facility back yard and see what one of these things can do. I'm at or sightly over the maximum range stated for this device. About 13 feet.



You can hear the safety coming off and then two shots were fired (all you get). It does have sights on it and I don't know if the first shot was low due to the age of the device, it came from the lower chamber, or due to the fact I was pushing maximum range. If you do have to light one of these off, drop it when you are done as residue was beginning to leak from the muzzle of the unit after the shots. Kimber states the minimum distance for safe firing is two feet. I don't know if I would do that, but if it was all I had I would take the chance for cross contamination. 

Oh, it IS a Kimber so make sure you have the special grease for it, LOL! 
 

14 comments:

  1. If it's a Kinber... did you have to tune up the extractor?

    Dann in Ohio

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    1. Dann- that is comedy gold right there my friend! LOL!

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    2. In all seriousness.. thanks for the video... I've seen these before, but I never saw one actually fired...

      Dann in Ohio

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    3. Dann, It does work, but you need to know how it goes. I would not want to be on the receiving end of it. If I can do anything for you, let me know.

      My thoughts and prayers.

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  2. That accuracy seems pretty good at 13 feet to me. I especially like the bright red "marked for your pleasure officer" color of the OC.

    Thanks for the report Keads.

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    1. Six, That is exactly why this Blogging thing is cool as hell. I never thought about that! Thanks Six!

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  3. Interesting.
    I imagine it has zero recoil. or am I wrong?

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    1. drjim- Zero. Nada, zilch on the recoil.

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  4. I've never fired a Kimber before. Interesting!

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  5. Interesting...I like the splat sound.

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    1. They work and I say that every problem is not a gun problem. I will use this if I can.

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