Hi, joined the forum a couple of weeks ago. This is my first posting.
Over the weekend I sold my PPK and other stuff for a great price and purchased a new beautiful stainless Kimber Ulta Carry 2.
I had a Glock 26 in the past and ended up selling it to one of my friends a couple of years ago. Much like everyone else, I regretted the sale. Sunday I place a bid on a verly lightly used one and ended up winning it on Gunbroker for a crazy low price. It looks brand new.
Here is my dilemma.
I like to carry my gun legally everwhere I can, even in the bathroom. I know from past experience that the Glock is a beast. It can take almost any abuse that you can throw at it. My Glock 19 is 14 years old and has never missed a beat. Hell, I have even burned a ton of ammo through my buddy's Glock 18 (yes, a Glock 18). Very solid guns. I bought my first one in the mid 80's.
I really like the Kimber and have wanted one for years. I have shot my one of my friends years ago and was very impressed at how smooth the gun shot and how accurate that it was. It is a beautiful piece. Don't know that it will hold up to the use that I would put it through.
Do I sell the Kimber to pickup a G36 or a Kahr, get some night sights for the 26 and some ammo, buy a new goldfish and toilet bowl cleaner? I know that I will loose $$$ on the sale. Always seem to do that on Title I guns.
I really like the Kimber, but don't want to put rounds through if I decide to sell it.
What do you think?