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    Does anybody have a Kimber Micro???

    Next year for my fortieth birthday my wife said I should get a pretty gun so I said, "That sounds like an amazing Idea so i am looking at easily concealed good firearms. I held one and fell in love with that little gem, but I was wondering if anybody had any personal insight into them... I like the stainless steel



    Kimber America | Micro | Pistols

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    I've never shot one, but that does look like a neat little .380!
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    Kimber is TOP Notch.. "."
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    This is the hot Micro in 9mm if you can find one. 1911 EMP® 9MM Handgun | Aluminum Frame Pistols for Sale

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    I'ld take the EMP in .40S&W if I could get comfortable with the $1250 price tag.
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    Going back a bit (more than a few years now) when Kimber first came out with their Premier II there were a bunch of the guys I shot with that got one for Bullseye. We used to have this unofficial rule about new guns, when you brought your new gat up to the range the first time, bring lots of ammo cause everyone gets to sling a little lead with it. I shot a coupla-few Kimbers back in those days and every one was well made and accurate.
    I would not be hesitant to buy one of their handguns.
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    Don't own any Kimbers but I'm kind of digging that Bel Air.
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    Thanks a lot I was looking for a micro for you and found this deal 17 left. I got it.
    BRAND: Colt
    MODEL: Defender SAFETY: Extended Manual, Beavertail Grip Safety
    TYPE: Pistol: Semi-Auto SIGHTS: White Dot Carry Sights
    CALIBER: 9MM BARREL LENGTH: 3
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    Mine has the Rubber Grips, Finger Grooves.

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