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*SPECIAL EDITION* KIMBER MICRO 9MM STAINLESS STEEL WITH G-10 GRIPS AND GREEN FRONT FIBER OPTIC SIGHT!

Bright Green Fiber Optics Front Sight Aids in Rapid sight acquisition.
White Dot Rear Sight
Stainless Steel Slide
Dark Gray and Black G-10 grips
Lightweight Aluminum frame wears a durable silver Kimpro II Finish.
9mm 7 Round Capacity

SKU: KIM3300179
UPC: 0669278331799

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Is this a real kimber for around 400 bucks, or is this a scam? Also how good is this firearm in comparison to an M&P 45 first or second generation?

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I just picked mine up at the ffl a couple of hours ago. Brought it home, disassembled and cleaned it and it's ready for the range Saturday morning. I am very impressed with the fit & finish of the pistol. It feels real nice in the hand and the 7 round mag gives me a full grip. The g10 grips are very nice as well. If it shoots like I hope it does this will be one of my favorite carry guns.

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Kimber = over priced un reliability!!

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Love mine but front sight is dull. And very poor accuracy!

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Why would you love it then? I want one but I also want to be able to hit where i'm aiming. .

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There is another company that has this same model number for cheaper, but the slide on it has more of a satin finish.

Anybody know more about this???

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I believe KyGun Co has this or a close variation for $469.00 shipped.

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Action on this pistol is suuuper slick. Shick shick. Shick shick. Have yet to fire but very impressed with fit n finish. G10 grips that come with are nice as well.

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It's funny I sell 3 or 4 and then I just can't help buying 3 or 4 new ones. I got the Shield PC in 45, same price, I had just sold a 1911 carry, and a Glock 30 S, both nice guns but honestly after all these years I learned 1 thing, you just don't carry 38 oz 1911's, all day. I did it 40 yrs. ago, but my back won't take it now. These small guns are really nice for walking around , sitting in the car etc. And at night just keep a 23 round mag in a glock, with a light/laser on it.

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you have a weak back if 38oz is bothering you. might be your belly. just saying.

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Actually I owned World Gyms, but my back disks are degrading, and a belt with a heavy gun, will cut into the area that tends to bother me. I used to carry a P13 Para,20 yrs ago, but honestly with a loaded mag, it's heavy even with a good back. Very few guys carry a 39-44 oz gun, "unloaded", for very long. Most spec ops guys, Feds, etc carry a 43 or a shield off duty. I see hundreds of them in my clubs, It is great once in a while, but really over the top for everyday. A PC shield in 45 gives you the same amount of 45, 1911, rounds @ half the weight and barrel length. It's the ammo that makes your gun heavy, and Hi-cap metal guns became less popular for that reason. We carried 3 snubbies off duty in the 60's, 70's etc because there were no small 9's. Just carry 2 spare mags in your pocket or a mag holder, even on your ankle, it only takes a second to swap out a mag, and you have 15.
Best little guns are the xds, or shield if you are an accurate shooter, if you can't hit targets while they are moving and shooting back, it doesn't matter what you carry. 50% are going to miss, and with a 9mm, it takes 3-4 shots to drop a big guy charging at you with a weapon.
That's a Fed number. Latest article of "Concealed Carry" has some interesting stats, most ever rounds taken by a bad guy before stopping him, 33 rounds of 9mm, and 2 12 gauge shotgun shells. I almost fell over. It's true if you have last months magazine, they had a few more outrageous stats like that. Let's hope no one here needs to find out.

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Probably just age. When I get 60-70 years old, I won't want to carry a full size with an extra mag or two all day either. So much easier to toss my Ruger LCP II in my pocket.

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Anyone like this better than sig 938 . ?

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They’re both great. I have this one but I’ve played with the sig, basically same gun. There are so many variations of both of these with different finishes and features just get whichever you like best

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I don't think you can go wrong with either.

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Olá!
Voçes enviam para o Brasil?

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Sou EUA

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You aren't going to find this any cheaper. Buy it if only to hold on to it. I have the rosewood also.

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Picked it up today. Nice gun, action is like butter. I’ll go but some rounds through it and let you know, but it looks like a super nice gun

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I couldn’t help myself, everybody’s gotta have a single stack 9 these days right?

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There’s a bunch of these on gunbroker, don’t think it’s that exclusive

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I was really considering the Sig P938 I own 4 Sigs and think they are the best looking trouble free guns. I have over a thousand rounds fired in each without a malfunction. I’m not closed minded though and have considered Kimber but I have heard people either love them or hate them I like the looks but reliability is most important. Thanks.

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The 938 is under sprung so it can have feeding, ejecting, and accuracy issues as a result.

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I own 3 Sig 938's, and I've literally never had a feed issue or a FTF with any of them in hundreds of rounds each.

However, oddly enough, I owned a Kimber Micro and I ended up selling it because there were regular feed issues. It was VERY choosy with the ammunition it would feed effectively and I basically got to where the only thing I wasn't hesitant shooting through it was CORBON Power Ball, which isn't cheap. This was a few years ago, and maybe they've fixed things since then, but it sort of put me off Kimber since then. Just one man's experiences.

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A"few" years ago they didn't even make a Micro 9.

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Comes with one mag. You will love this Micro 9. This has replaced my Sig for EDC. Mine loves 124 grain ammo.

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How many magazines come with the handgun hopes it two.

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Mine came with only one but it was the extended grip mag.

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got mine and love it.

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Got mine too. It is better than I expected! Only thing I didn't like is that the fiber optic seems cheap, has a line running through it that is distracting. Other than that, I am very happy. The pistol definitely needed a lot of oil/grease to slick up the action. Mine came bone-dry. I like it better than my Sig P938. I also like the small zip pouch it came with, and Smokey Mountain threw in an extra padded pistol case too!

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Yes, this is their exclusive model. I called and talked to them the other day about it.

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Strange

Is this the only reseller that has this item?

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I bought mine at Hyatt Gun Store. They had the special also.

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Anyone know how good a deal this is? Cabelas has a micro 9 two tone satin silver/ with black slide and rosewood grips model for $529 3300099 for comparison.

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I ordered one today. The price is right, and I really like the fiber optic front sight, grips, and color scheme. looks slick and it is a unique Micro9 that I haven't seen anywhere else. Love the grips!

I think you'll be happy with it.

This retailer is good to go as well. I've been pleased with them so far. Fast shipping.

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