I've had this new Kimber Pro CDP 9mm now for about four months, but been so dang busy that I have not shot the thing till yesterday. So I took it out to my outback 'range' and had at it on steel and paper.
I put 300 rounds through her, with five FTE, all with Blazer Brass 115gr FMJ. Everything else fed perfectly, including 200 rounds of my 124gr handloads put up on my Dillon RL550B. It appears that with new springs in the pistol, it thrives on the heavier bullet, including some GD 147's. I'll run another 300 through her before I try the 115's again.
Back home and cleaned, brass tumbled and ready again.....
Only thing done since taking it out of the box was to install thin G-10 grips and polish the barrel and feed ramp. Sights shot perfectly to POA with all loads, and I was able to knock down my combat silhouettes easily out to 20 yards. Can't imagine engaging a felon farther than that, but it's nice to know the pistol is capable.
With a WC 10-round mag, it was no problem to ring steel 10 for 10 at 20 yards with the 124gr handloads. She's a keeper for sure!
(Handload consisted of Berry's 124gr FN over 4.2grs WW231, Fed primer at 1,050 fps...accuracy was excellent.)