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Range Report: Kimber Pro Carry II

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by azhunter122, Feb 22, 2009.

  1. azhunter122

    azhunter122 Well-Known Member


    Out of my past 500 rounds I have only had one double feed and I tried everything to get one including using a bad limpwrist grip and using cheap ammo in addition to cheap $5 mags from cheaper than dirt. So you can decide on that one.


    I paid $720 out the door for mine and I consider it a great deal for such a nice gun.


    The craftsmanship on this gun is simply amazing! Everything about it is flawless!


    I am getting some of the best shooting out if this gun even in it's somewhat compact size that I have had in all my years of shooting! I think that it is partially due to the nice slim grips on the gun.

    Mag Capacity:

    The magazine capacity honestly sucks! 8 + 1 is a major turnoff but I'd rather have thin grips so it's something that I'm willing to give up in exchange for accuracy.


    I would reccomend this gun for all sorts of different tasks including but not limited to concealed carry, open carry, hunting, target shooting, and even home defense because of it's great universal caliber.


    I would reccomend to anyone who wants a general use holster for the gun to buy a Black Hawk OWB kydex holster. The only downside to that is that the holster may be harmful to the finish of the gun for long term use if you buy the blued edition.

    RATING: 5 out of 5 stars I would reccomend the gun to anyone!

    If you have any other questions I will standby for them or expect a PM.
  2. JKimball

    JKimball Well-Known Member

    +1 on the accuracy. I rented one at a gun shop/range once and like you I was very pleasantly surprised with what it could do.

    It is on my list of guns to buy when I can afford them. Thanks for the info.
  3. azhunter122

    azhunter122 Well-Known Member

    Here's a picture of the gun:


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