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Kimber evo sp striker fired CCW

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by beeenbag, Nov 14, 2018.

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  1. beeenbag
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    This could be another viable offering to the ccw market if it doesn’t have the same issues the solo did upon release.

    What are your thoughts?

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  2. Walkalong

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    Interesting pistol.
     
  3. 460Shooter

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    I like the look of the gun. Looks like you can get a nice high grip.
     
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    It's interesting, but if it's just a metal Shield I doubt I'd want one.
     
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    I'm not interested but if I was I would wait a couple years to see how it works out. Seems like an expensive lower capacity version of the Glock 26 to me.
     
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    Nice enough looking gun, but it's going to be a pass for me. One, it's a Kimber and I've had widely inconsistent results with their pistols in the past. Two, it's a little on the heavy side for what it is; a Glock 19, Walther PPQ, or M&P 2.0 Compact is only marginally heavier in a larger gun. Three, price; it's a single stack limited capacity slim carry pistol and it's got an MSRP over $800.00 It's competitors are quite a lot less, and more proven in their use. At the end of the day, that's a hard "no thanks" from me.
     
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    The Sig P365 is shorter, thinner, a bit taller (which improves shootability) and has a larger magazine capacity.
     
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    3 dot night sights. Is it still 1990? Who designs these things for Kimber? Looks amateur to me. A company with kimbers bank roll, should be able to come up with better.

    Looks like an Expensive Glock 43.
     
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