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    New Kimber Report

    Well, just got back from the range and spent some time with my new Kimber Pro CDP II... All I can say is...

    I'm Hooked!!! The guns feel great. Trigger pull is awesome. Recoil feels more controlled, not snappy like my 9mm's.

    It took me a few shots to get use to the recoil, but after after about 3 rounds I was ok. I can't wait to get past the "break in" point. Hopefully I'll have more time next weekend to shoot it. Anyway, here's the target image from today...



    I was able to get 2 pretty tight groupings towards the center of the silhouette target. I'm hoping that I will get tighter groups after getting more use to the gun and after the "break in" period.

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    Great job. Glad U like the gun.

    So, do U still have to sell 1 Beretta to pay for it?

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    It's always good to find one that you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    Great job. Glad U like the gun.

    So, do U still have to sell 1 Beretta to pay for it?
    It's an awesome gun, I'm very happy with it.

    As for selling one of my Berettas... Naaa.... I'm keeping them all.

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    Kewl. Right now I am in the position of always having to sell a gun if I want another.

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    JS = don't sell anything -

    Thats right JS - don't sell anything. Once you get it paid for, don't turn it loose. Build that collection up. 8)

    I was just talking to a friend of mine this evening. The topic of conversation was $$$ spend on guns since the first of the year. He has spent almost $4000.00. The big hit was a S&W 500. Last week he added a SIG, I think it was a SIG 226.

    Maybe someone, someday will be happy :-D when they inherit all of our goodies.

    As always 'PRAY for PEACE' KINGMAX

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    Re: JS = don't sell anything -

    Quote Originally Posted by KINGMAX
    Thats right JS - don't sell anything. Once you get it paid for, don't turn it loose. Build that collection up. 8)

    I was just talking to a friend of mine this evening. The topic of conversation was $$$ spend on guns since the first of the year. He has spent almost $4000.00. The big hit was a S&W 500. Last week he added a SIG, I think it was a SIG 226.

    Maybe someone, someday will be happy :-D when they inherit all of our goodies.

    As always 'PRAY for PEACE' KINGMAX
    but... I want another 1911... A kimber TLE II this time...

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    I think U should keep that Cougar.

    The one I had in the 1990s was very nice - when they first came out, they were all made in Italy, and the slide was actually blue steel. Kinda miss it now...

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