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    Question Kimber with laser sights.

    I'm thinking of getting a Kimber Ultra Carry II w/ laser sights. A local dealer has one for $1050. Anybody carry one of these? I also welcome any comments you might have on laser sights in general.

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    Update... It's an Ultra Crimson Carry II in 45acp

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    I have never shot a Kimber Ultra Carry, but it being a 1911 is a plus. Very proven design. Lasers are good for low light situations. I have a Crimson Trace on my M&P and you can't see it a 25 yards in sunlight. If yoiu are using it indoors, in the dark, or at dusk, it works well. Hope this helps.

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    +1. If you have that kind of money then go for it. Kimber makes good guns, and being a 1911 makes it even better.
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    You'll love it. I've got a full size Crimson Custom Carry II and a stainless Ultra Carry II and both are great shooters. I like using the laser at my indoor range for training, it really shows how un-steady my aim really is .



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    I've had my Kimber Ultra Carry for several years and it's my preferred carry weapon. Looks like you're getting a great deal with the night sights and laser sight, enjoy!

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    Anybody... Bueler? Anybody?

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    Had one

    I had an Ultra Carry II with Crimson Trace Grips and I loved it. It was the first "good" gun that I purchased. Then one day my eyes met a Colt "New Agent". Same size gun but no sites sticking up on top and $200 more than the Kimber new. Well, I am an impulsive kind of guy, sooo! I bought what my heart desired. Now, the economy being what it is left me with the decision to keep both or do a good friend a favor, because he had been bugging me to sell him a 1911 style for carry purposes. So I could use the extra cash, I did. I swapped the grips to the New Agent and that is what is on my hip now in the Kramer holster.
    It sounds like a good price for the Kimber for you and you will be well pleased.
    The Iceman, Akron, Oh
    Shoot straight and be safe...

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    I have one on my hip as we speak. I've carried mine for almost couple of years now, and never had a problem. That price sounds around what I paid 18 months or so ago. Make the plunge and buy one, you'll be glad you did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzthepug View Post
    You'll love it. I've got a full size Crimson Custom Carry II and a stainless Ultra Carry II and both are great shooters. I like using the laser at my indoor range for training, it really shows how un-steady my aim really is .



    All over the place, aren't you? Let's hope your groups get a little tighter before you start carrying it regularly!
    Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.

    Benjamin Franklin

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