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USA – -( Kentucky Gun co with a great price on a KIMBER MICRO 9 9mm handgun, just $449.99 with FREE shipping. You save $120+ off the MSRP on this compact EDC weapon.


The easily concealed Micro 9 features mild recoil, smooth trigger pull and the intuitive operation of a 1911.


Model: 3300236
Caliber: 9MM
Frame Finish: Aluminum
Slide Finish: Black
Capacity: 7 Rd. Mag.
Barrel Length: 3.15″
Weight: 15.6 oz.
Twist: 1 in 16″

Gun Deals: KIMBER MICRO-9 9mm Handgun, just $449.99 FREE Shipping

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I’d have to relearn the weapon as I’ve been carrying a Glock 30 for years as my EDC. And since I’m a big guy I have issues with tiny guns. Tiny guns are for those less endowed. LOL!


50/50 chance of getting a good one, I have owned several Kimbers and sold most of them, there is no quality control, I have had to send them to a gunsmith to get straightened out. I had a Aegis Pro that would only work with a 9 round mag. Kimber said their not designed to work with 10. Kimber never again


I took one apart in bass pro a few years ago and the finish on the inside was one of the worst I’ve seen. You could still see tool marks and burrs on everything there were even some parts sharp enough to cut your finger.


Never thought much of Kimber but I wish I would have bought this for my wife and I rather than a Sig P938. I have a friend who has the Kimber and loves it. It shoots nice too.


I tested a 9mm and it jammed constantly. I thought it was just dirty because it was a range gun. I told the guys and they didn’t even bother to clean it they just put it back on the rack. I like how it felt and the kick was minimal but the jamming issue turned me away. I blamed it on a dirty gun and bought the Springfield XDM40 that was dirty as hell and still fired without jamming..

Last edited 1 month ago by musicman44mag

The manual says 124g. bullets to 147g only. 115’s wont cycle.

Viper G2 Bronze

That’s a problem, because people don’t RTFM. Might make for a good deal on a nearly new one that the owner can’t get to run properly. I would install a lighter recoil spring.


My problems with two Sig p938 was the sear, all three times. I could not trust it and as soon as the Hellcat came out I bought it and then bought 15 round mags.