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Check out this 2019 Holiday Special from Kimber! The Kimber 1911 LW Arctic 9mm handgun is built on a lightweight aluminum frame and features a stainless finish. The checkered grips are made from gray laminate and the slide is outfitted with a white dot rear sight and a fiber optic front sight. There's a very limited supply of this pistol available, so order today!

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Paid $589.00 this Summer. The hammer is so tight it takes two hands to cock it. Same as the slide release. Way to tight. But is accurate as hell. Shit load of rounds to break it in!

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For the price no complaints.

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Yes this is ok for concealed carry folks.

I’m old and don’t use my member anyways...

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9mm in a 1911 seems popular these days. If you handload, might as well go with 38 Super. It's what 9mm wants to be when it grows up.

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is this the same kimber that says cc may be irresponsible>?

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many of opinions believe any 1911 cc is irresponsible due to being carried "locked and loaded".... ignorance is bliss...

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A former executive’s personal opinion is not a company stance.

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