Kimber Commemorative Pistols

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    Kimber Commemorative Pistols

    After 8 months of waiting my Custom II came in and I could not be happier with it!!!! Kimber did an amazing job!
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    Looks very nice. I don't think I could even shoot that one, is it just staying in the presentation case?

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    Yes Sir Its a KIMBER Nice. And ready to roll.

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    Nice! I'm not into "Commemorative" firearms as I feel they should be used. But if that fills a niche in your safe, good on yah.
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    I have a couple collector style handguns . They will never have lead thru them and i'm ok with that . Nice Kimber
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    Nice, Congrats, Great choice---I'll trade u a Glock for it....
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    Nice gun. I don't even want to know what you paid for that.
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    The hard part I am having is that while it IS commemorative, I really REALLY want to shoot it. I am with OldVet in that firearms are built to be used, but it was hard to pass it up since it has the customization for a whopping $21 cheaper than listed MSRP on the website. It is an intense battle in my head right now so what do you guys think?
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    I think you should shoot it and enjoy it. You can't really hang it on your living room wall, so go have fun with it and shoot it!
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    So I decided to go fire it that last weekend and fell in love! put a 2" grouping at around 30' with the first 8 shots. It is extremely accurate and has the best trigger out of any pistol I have ever fired. I now know why Kimber has higher prices, and after shooting one, I am ok with paying them... VERY IMPRESSED!!!
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    Very nice gun and, personally, I'm glad you chose to shoot it.

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    Very, very nice and i'm glad you decided to take it out and put a few rounds through it.

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