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Kimber Pro Carry II 1911 45 ACP

Kimber Pro Carry II 1911 45 ACP
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Kimber Pro Carry II 45 ACP
The Kimber Pro Carry II is a compact pistol with a 4-inch barrel, beveled front and rear slide serrations, lowered and flared ejection port, fixed sights and extended safeties.

| .45 ACP | 4" Barrel | Matte Black | 4-5 lbs Match  Grade Trigger | Full Length Guide Rod | 28 Ounces | Aluminum Frame |


Powerful. Dependable. Safe. The best pistols for carry.
The Tacoma, Washington Police Department recently completed a testing program to determine what pistol their officers would carry. The test involved nine brands, 39 models and three calibers of semi-automatic pistols. Kimber won, and officers now have the option of selecting a Kimber Pro Carry II or Pro Carry HD II for duty.
The test results are staggering. Other than Kimber, pistols had a failure rate as high as 22%. Kimber had the lowest failure rate Tacoma PD has recorded in over 20 years of testing for any type of firearm – less than one half of one percent! They also determined that the Kimber was safer than other test pistols when the safety was in the “on” position.
Compact and Pro Carry pistols are similar to Custom models. Their 4-inch bushingless bull barrel makes them easier to conceal and reduces weight. Keeping barrel weight forward also reduces recoil, allowing faster recovery from shot to shot. Each one has dovetail-mounted low profile fixed sights with rounded edges to prevent snagging, and some models have Meprolight Tritium three dot (green) night sights.
The Compact Stainless II features a stainless steel slide and frame. The frame itself is .400 inch shorter than the full length Pro Carry but still holds 7 rounds. Pro Carry models are available with either stainless steel or aluminum frames. Kimber aluminum frames are machined from solid blocks of 7075-T7, the hardest and strongest available. Moreover, these frames are run on the same machines and hold the same tight tolerances as steel frames. Tested to 20,000 rounds with no meaningful wear, the weight savings they offer does not come at a compromise.

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Kimber Pro Carry II 1911 45 ACP
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Kimber Pro Carry II 1911 45 ACP
By Walter Janushevich
I just bought the Kimber Pro Carry Crimson II last week and took it to the range today. I couldn't believe that with the first magazine I almost blew out the bullseye out of the target... and it only got better the more I shot it! The Crmson Trace is sighted dead-on right out of the box. The gun is well balanced and clearly is a fine piece of craftmanship. I shot about three hundred rounds and only one round did not stage properly. By the way, you can buy after-market Kimber, Colt and Chip McCormack magazines that hold 8 rounds vice the single 7 shot magazine that comes with the gun. The only minor grievance is that the instructions for cleaning and disassembly are poorly written but I went on and they have videos on disassembly.assembly for Kimber Pro Carry. All in all, an incredible shooter and self-defense weapon! Beats my H&K P2000SK .40 hands down and that gun is no slouch either.
Kimber Pro Carry II 1911 45 ACP
Light and powerful01/28/2006
I carry this Kimber 1911 45 auto every day either in my backpack or in a Fobus holster, it is light and extremely accurate right out of the box. I have shot at least 1500 rounds to date with only 2 malfunctions (garbage Russian made steel case ammo) and of the 1500 rounds 1200 were steel case garbage ammo from Russia. Do the arithmetic and that is very impressive. Upgrade your magazines to Wilson combat 8 rounders and you have one great .45 auto handgun; they will feed anything you give it including stubborn hollow point defense rounds. Ejection is positive and follow up shots are fast with phenomenal control due to the standard size grip. I love this gun and would recommend it to any one who wants a .45. I have owned other high end brands and finally settled with the Kimber pro carry II with aluminum frame and standard sights.
Kimber Pro Carry II 1911 45 ACP
Black Mamba05/10/2006
I had a co-worker who purchaced one of these pistols and couldn't stop talking about it. We shot it at a local range and within an hour, I was leaving with my very own. I also got a then anti-1911 guy to buy one as well. Like the review above, I have put maybe a couple thousand rounds through it and only had malfunctions with a well known cheap russian brand. It's powerful, accurate, lightweight, easy to maintain, well priced and looks great. Try one out and you'll be sold.
Kimber Pro Carry II 1911 45 ACP
Eight plus one09/05/2008
By Mike Gibbs
I bought the aluminum frame Pro Carry II. After the suggested break-in rounds, she's as smooth as your girlfriend's butt. However, on occassion, the FMJ roundnose will hang up. It took me a while to realize that the roundnose is slightly longer than the hollowpoints. The hollowpoints, any brand, flow through the action like wine at a wedding. Get yourself a pocket-full of Wilson Combat mags and go to town.
Kimber Pro Carry II 1911 45 ACP
Mark Norcross08/28/2009
By Mark Norcross
When first received, I had multiple jams, ftfs, and stove pipes. Sent it back, and two weeks later I received a bullet proof gun. Will occassionally throw a casing at your face despite the extrawide ejector port. Recently shot 185 gr. flat nose that shot flawlessly, easier to shoot with less felt recoil and improved acuracy than 230s. Hits whatever I point at every time.