Kimber Micro .45, $600.00, should I get it?

I found a Kimber .45 for sale used for $600.00, should I get it?

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Micro in .45? Something is not right here…

If this is Ultra Carry II , $600 for great condition and fully working - fair price.

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Yes it is an Ultra carry, my bad.

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If the firearm comes from good source and is in great shape - $600 is OK. Hopefully it doesn’t have $5K rounds… :grimacing:

Do you know what is exact model?

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Ultra carry II

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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.

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@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.

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As @Johnnyq60 said…go for it…but be sure it works… :grimacing:

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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.

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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.

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No slop on it. Trigger had been worked on and works good.

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Well if you choose to buy it, happy shooting. If not, then happy shooting another weapon. :wink:

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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.

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Kimber may be a fine weapon… but they certainly proud of their stuff-- My humble opinion-- I’d not buy for that price.

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Pleasure to be your friend and family.

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