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New Kimber Solo Carry

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by MTA Tom, Jan 19, 2011.

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  1. MTA Tom

    MTA Tom Active Member

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    17 ounces!
     
  2. shooterIII

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    Nice looking gun, do you know they are retailing for?
     
  3. MTA Tom

    MTA Tom Active Member

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    There's three on Gunbroker, starting at $695-$728.99.
     
  4. gsdesign46

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    The one and only one that we had, we sold for $679.00. Have 10 more on the way, but with the way Kimber is back ordered, that could be a while. Greg
     
  5. Simphoto

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    Are they only 9mm? Would like to see a 40 S&W.
     
  6. Remstar311

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    I like it!
     
  7. high 2

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    A 40 might be a little stout for big hands. If controlable, the 40 would be way better.
     
  8. dverna

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    What does it do that the Kahr does not do?

    Don Verna
     
  9. shannon391

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    Don, It's thicker than the Kahr.

    Spec says 1.2"

    The Kahr .45 slide is not that thick. Still a nice looking gun, would like to try one.
     
  10. Luckyman

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    At only 17 ounces a .40 may be a little too much....One in .357 sig would be ideal!
     
  11. shannon391

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    9mm can be effective with the right ammo, good enough for the military. I do like my Kimber in .45 however.
     
  12. BrowningPotato

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    MIM parts...no thanks
     
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