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Thread: Kimber 1911 in a pro carry or ultra carry in 9mm?

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    Kimber 1911 in a pro carry or ultra carry in 9mm?

    Never owned a 9mm 1911. I have a Kimber Ultra Covert in 45acp. For those of you that own a Kimber pro or Ultra in 9mm, what are the benefits, pros and cons. Thanks.

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    Brought one for my wife, love it. Carries 9+1, shoots soft, great sights. Very comparable to my Sig C3 in 45acp, and just as accurate. No feeding problems. I'd do it again!

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    I know that this isn't the specific model that you are inquiring about, but I recently bought a 5 inch Kimber stainless target in 9 mm and I absolutely love it. Low recoil, quite accurate, and runs like a switch watch. I have been extremely impressed with the fit and finish.

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