I posted in the pic thread yesterday of my new Micro CDP. Took it to the range today and put 50 rounds through it. As others report, it shoots like a .22. I put 45 rounds of PMC Bronze and 5 rounds of Hydra-Shoks. Both had a similar recoil. Not sure why I left 5 rounds of PMC in the box, but oh well.
I had 0 issues with the pistol. Every shot ejected, and chambered a new round as expected. My accuracy with this pistol sux.
It is going to take time for me to get used to it. As a reference, the other 3 pistols I took today were a full size Stainless TLE II, a full size Glock 20, and the ginormous HK Mark 23. That is what I'm used to. They shoot where I want them to.
I know it's my grip. I tended to shoot low most of the time. I know I was squeezing the grip too tight. I think I was subconsciously afraid of the tiny gun slipping out of my hand because it is so light. I also have a tendency to grip harder when the trigger pull is over 5 lbs. The Micro is approximately 7 according to Kimber's site. Comparing it to the other 3 pistols I shot today, it is by far the heaviest trigger pull.
Even though I want to get the extended mag for the pinky rest, it was comfortable to shoot. It did not bother me like I thought it would. I expect a few more trips to the range will have my shots much better.
I did not try the laser. I will not try it until I get my accuracy with the sights where I want it. I didn't buy this pistol for the laser. I bought it for the tritium sights. It just happened to have the laser grips.
I'll hit the range again soon. This pistol is so light and easy to carry, I will probably carry it even when I have another pistol on me. I really like it. Now to get my accuracy in line with my expectations.