I found a Kimber .45 for sale used for $600.00, should I get it?
Micro in .45? Something is not right here…
If this is Ultra Carry II , $600 for great condition and fully working - fair price.
Yes it is an Ultra carry, my bad.
If the firearm comes from good source and is in great shape - $600 is OK. Hopefully it doesn’t have $5K rounds…
Do you know what is exact model?
Ultra carry II
For a Kimber that is a very good price. That gun usually goes for 850.00 and up. If it’s all stainless even more. I would jump on it for that price.
@Todd30 I owned one. Just be careful because the slide stop/release is the actual take down lever to remove the slide. I ended up scratching my slide often removing it.
As @Johnnyq60 said…go for it…but be sure it works…
My oldest son has had one for years and was everyday carry for him until the subcompacts caught his eye. Never a problem with it and he even used it in IDPA matches so it’s sent a lot of stuff downrange. Had Kimber do a trigger job on it but otherwise unchanged. A firm grip is required he says. I’d buy it.
Look for wear and tear in all the normal places and see how much slop there is (might indicate a lot of rounds were run through it). Other than that, if it fits your hand well and feels nice, seems like a reasonable purchase.
No slop on it. Trigger had been worked on and works good.
Well if you choose to buy it, happy shooting. If not, then happy shooting another weapon.
Well, I bought it and took it to the range today. First five shots at 25 feet all in the center on the 10. It shoots great! I have 6 mags for it and some ammo too, Thanks for the input. I think I have a new little friend.
Kimber may be a fine weapon… but they certainly proud of their stuff-- My humble opinion-- I’d not buy for that price.
Pleasure to be your friend and family.