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I'm considering buying one of the subject pistols in .45. As I'm trying to get my hands on one to fire a few rounds, I thought I'd ask this crowd about handling, accuracy, etc. I don't have NBA size hands but I do wear XL gloves and I'm wondering about the easier to conceal, smaller Ultra jumping around in my hand. I'm also interested in first shot accuracy compared to my Glock .40
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I have a Kimber Tactical Custom HD II, that I got couple of weeks ago, and have put 200 rounds through it. It shoots well, smooth slide, and trigger pull is good. It is a full size 1911, black finish, white 3-dot sights, 8+1. I'm going to change the sights to a green dot front, and adjustable rear. But that is just me. It shoots where I aim. Hope that helps. The selection of new Kimbers here in Amarillo is slim. Mine does not have the rail for the flashlight. Hope that helps you. Regards, Charlie
 

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I sell a few Kimbers and carry one. However, the "rush" to buy has created a less than great quality control in many companies. In my opinion, you are best off finding a nice 5 or 6 year old model.

The grip on the ultra is really the same as full size, Just a bit shorter grip.
 

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I have an Ultra Carry, and the Compact CDP. Difference in size being the lenggth of the barrell. They both have a shorter grip than a standard 45, which makes them easier to conceal. Barrel length is not really a concern if you're talking about concealability. Grip length is.
accuracy is as good as you'll find on any gun. Certainly enough for self defense where a shot would typically be within 7 yds.
I wear a L size glove, controlibilty is not an issue for me. I cchnges the grips on my Ultra to Alumagrip slims. The rubber grips we a little bulky for my taste. First shot accuracy should be no different...or maybe better than the Glock. Since the Kimber is carried "cocked and locked" you have a much shorter and lighter trigger pull than the Glock. Hope this helps.
 

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Riverrunt; I replied to your pm. Everyone; this is good info., just what I was looking for.
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