New Kimber models???

New Kimber models???

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    New Kimber models???

    I saw Kimber Agesis 9mm (it's been on their site awhile) & a small 45 I've never heard of today. The 45 is similar to the Agesis but was completely blued & had no sites...only "rails" for aiming. I was told it's not actually a production model yet.

    Anyone shot one of these or have more info?

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    You're talking about the RCP...........Refined Carry Pistol..................and it comes from the Custom Shop....................A real nice carry gun, with all edges melted in order to draw more quickly.. I've shot one, and they're really nice...........very controllable
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    The RCP by Kimber

    Quote Originally Posted by Sh00ter View Post
    The 45 is similar to the Agesis but was completely blued & had no sites...only "rails" for aiming. I was told it's not actually a production model yet.
    The .45 is called the "refined carry pistol" and is on the Kimber website as a custom shop offering with a sticker price of $1,217:



    It is basically their 3 inch barrel Ultra pistol with no external sights (just a groove in the slide), melt job, bobbed hammer, short beavertail and fairly smooth grip panels. I think it is designed as a deep concealment gun for short range defense and snag free profile.

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    i think i would buy the glock 36 over this gun. i can get the glock at a better price. just my 2 cents worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankmako View Post
    i think i would buy the glock 36 over this gun. i can get the glock at a better price. just my 2 cents worth.
    Agreed.... you can but a G36 and a G21 for that price!!!!

    But, if ya gotta have that 1911..... go for it

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