Stainless Kimber Ultra Carry II (internal extractor model) with Meprolight Night Sights in original Kimber Case. Includes the following accessories:
I absolutely love this 1911, and hate to see it go, however since I have started carrying 9mm, this pistol isn’t getting the mileage it deserves. It is far too nice of a firearm to be a safe queen, so I am selling to someone looking for an reliable stainless 3” 1911.
I have owned this firearm for 7 years, and it has been a flawless tack-driver. It’s a pleasure to shoot at the range, and the easiest to carry .45ACP I’ve ever found. The firearm has 800 rounds on the current dual recoil-spring assembly, and it even comes with a brand new dual recoil-spring assembly so you will be able to refresh it with a brand new set of springs when you are ready. This is the most reliable 1911 I’ve ever owned… I have intentionally tried countless brands of ammunition and it never has a failure with any of them. This gun has ONLY ever shot brass or aluminum casings (no steel casing ever shot through the gun).
In addition to the stock magazine, also included is Kimber’s upgraded KimPro TacMag magazine. The crack-free magazine base pad installed in the image is the medium-thickness pad, but this also includes the flush base plate, as well as the extra-thick crack-free pad (those two have never been used), all in original packaging.
I will also include my favorite holster for this firearm, a Fist 1BK Cantable Clip Holster. The kydex on this holster is unbelievably thin, yet durable. It is the closest thing I’ve felt to simply having a bare gun in the waistband, yet it is secure, safely covers the trigger/safety, and has a positive click tension (that is adjustable). The belt clip is very strong, and while I was skeptical of a velcro attachment at first, I’m 100% a believer. Cant is fully-adjustable and it is very secure under the compression of your belt. Awesome IWB Holster.
I have spent $1,100 on this 1911 and all of the included accessories in this package, but she needs a new home where she’ll get some use.