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Kimber Custom 1911 LW 45ACP Pistol Club Bundle with 3 Mags, Holsters and Range Bag
Kimber Pro Carry II (Two Tone) .45 ACP
Kimber Custom CDP II 45 ACP with Night Sights
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Winchester 45 Auto 230 gr FMJ 50/Box
($0.46 / round)
Winchester 45 ACP 230 gr FMJ Service Grade Ammo 50/Box
($0.46 / round)
Federal 45 Auto 230 gr FMJ American Eagle 50/Box
($0.48 / round)
Hornady 45 Auto 185 gr XTP American Gunner 20/Box
($0.77 / round)
Hornady 45 Auto 185 gr FTX Critical Defense 20/Box
($1.25 / round)
Hornady 45 Auto +P 220 gr Flexlock Critical Duty 20/Box
($1.25 / round)
Sig Sauer 45 ACP 185 gr JHP Elite V-Crown 20/Box
($1.00 / round)
Winchester 45 ACP 230 gr FMJ-FN USA Ready 50/Box
($0.50 / round)
Remington 45 Auto 185 gr JHP HTP 20/Box
($0.95 / round)
Federal 45 ACP 210 gr JHP Hydra-Shok Deep 20/Box
($1.50 / round)
Hornady 45 Auto+P 230 gr XTP 20/Box
($1.05 / round)
Winchester 45 ACP 230 gr Bonded JHP PDX1 Defender 20/Box
($1.30 / round)
Getting back to basics has never looked so good. The Kimber Ultra Carry II Two-Tone has no-nonsense features that promote intuitive operation and absolute dependability, including lowered and flared ejection ports, machined dovetail mounted sights and edges that are rounded and blended for comfortable carry. The classic two-tone slide and frame finish is accented by rosewood grips. This Kimber 1911 is a perfect choice for concealed carry or personal defense.
I purchased this pistol because I wanted a small 1911 45ACP and it did not disappoint. It’s highly concealable, handles recoil very well and is accurate with practice. I now own an Sig 1911 full size and a Dan Wesson Specialist Full size and I’ve gotta say in every respect it the Kimber hangs in right with either. Moreover, the break in process for the Dan Wesson Specialist was actually a little longer and 50 rounds at a time versus 100 with the Kimber. Then the Sig actually didn’t have a break in. Go figure. In any case, if you’re thinking and wondering about this pistol don’t hesitate it’s now my EDC and I have numerous other choices in other brands and calibers. I recommend a good leather holsters I have a Milt Sparks “Summer Comfort II” I’ve had others it’s the one. Anyway, this is a good pistol and it fires all the ammo I’ve tried Cheap and Expensive but it does like being clean. ??
I test drove one of these in stainless and cant say enough good things about it. I fired 50 rounds with no malfunction a at all I was surprised at how light it feels in hand and how good it feels in hand also. Fit and finish were excellent and it looks good too. But the biggest surprise was how accurate it is with felt recoil not bad at all!! For me both were pleasant surprises!nthis is a quality firearm with great attributes, accuracy ,reliability ,good looks, and American made. If you like officers1911 in 45 get one IDID! I have @600rounds thru it with only 2 ft fe in the first 200 starting rounds break in p I love its good looks ,accuracy,reliability highly recommend it! I picked up a couple of flush fit Wilson combat mags and its unbeatable IMHO.
What can you say about a Kimber quality weapon with only one negative and that its kinda hard to break down to clean and get back together. They need to send someone over to Glock headquarters and get tip on how to make it easier to disassemble .
took this out to the range today for its first test drive,and fell in love with it. I used blazer,winchester, and fiocchi,230 grain,ball ammo. It was flawless,except for one jam,out of about 200 rounds. I was expecting a lot of recoil, and was very surprised at how smooth this baby is. I have a springfield xds 3.3 and this Kimber is much smoother and easier to handle. My wife shot a few rounds and for minute there I was afraid I was going to lose my new baby. Great gun. Great price and service sos.
I've taken this pistol to the range now and it performed very well. I shot 230 gr. FMJ and some RN hard-cast lead reloads in it and didn't have any problems. In terms of the taken down, I found a taken down tool made by a company in Texas that was for sale on Amazon. It makes the field stripping process so much easier. Also, Sportsmans Outdoor Superstore had extra Kimber brand magazines for $15.97 each once again, handy to have since the pistol only ships with one.
I have to begin by saying that I've not shot my new Kimber Ultra Carry II yet I just picked it up today, trip to the range tomorrow. However, there are already things I like and don't like.
I really like the looks, fit, and feel of the pistol. It should be a great shooter. What I don't like I knew about already: 1. the no bushing design is a real bear to tear down, and I've not mastered it yet; 2. a pistol of this price and a manufacturer of this quality should come with two magazines and it only ships with one. Plenty of magazine options are available, but I really believe two are owed a new buyer.