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Took my Crimson custom out for the first time yesterday was only able to get 100 rds off but gun shot perfect. I was shocked by the accuracy right out of the box. My dad was so impressed that Kimber may be his next gun purchase. Gun has been cleaned an ready for some more rounds today.
 

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Congratulations. You'd think that first outing would be the one that was the most surprising, but you'll find the gun just gets smoother and better as the two of you join into a shooting system.

I love my Custom Crimson Carry II. Not overly enamored with the laser, but it's still a cool feature.
 

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and so the addiction begins....
 

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Hey, Shooter4, if your dad wants a Custom Crimson Carry II for himself, let me know. I have one that has not been fired since we purchase our two a few months ago.
 

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Hey, Shooter4, if your dad wants a Custom Crimson Carry II for himself, let me know. I have one that has not been fired since we purchase our two a few months ago.
I couldn't resist this Gator...LOL

I'd like to suggest you introduce yourself to the membership over in the New Members Introduction Forum. Members trying to sell something on their 1337 post usually don't go over well.....:)
 

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I couldn't resist this Gator...LOL

I'd like to suggest you introduce yourself to the membership over in the New Members Introduction Forum. Members trying to sell something on their 1337 post usually don't go over well.....:)
Very funny there, Mr. GiGi.

Actually, I am not totally opposed to keeping the gun. It was sweetie's idea, especially when she learned I had ordered Suci. More guns is better. That's my motto.
 
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Shot another 100 rds today, shot flawlessly once again. The day was even better beings my 2 boys came home from gmas so it was just the 3 of us. As much as i enjoy shoot ing with them I gotta say just the talks we have while we are reloading a mag or moving or just taking a break are whats priceless! We love shooting but seeing the look on a little ones face when they hit the bullseye is about as priceless as it gets! Sorry for going on guys but im one proud dad! Have a good evening fellas.
 

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Shot another 100 rds today, shot flawlessly once again. The day was even better beings my 2 boys came home from gmas so it was just the 3 of us. As much as i enjoy shoot ing with them I gotta say just the talks we have while we are reloading a mag or moving or just taking a break are whats priceless! We love shooting but seeing the look on a little ones face when they hit the bullseye is about as priceless as it gets! Sorry for going on guys but im one proud dad! Have a good evening fellas.
Priceless!!!!
 

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Shot another 100 rds today, shot flawlessly once again. The day was even better beings my 2 boys came home from gmas so it was just the 3 of us. As much as i enjoy shoot ing with them I gotta say just the talks we have while we are reloading a mag or moving or just taking a break are whats priceless! We love shooting but seeing the look on a little ones face when they hit the bullseye is about as priceless as it gets! Sorry for going on guys but im one proud dad! Have a good evening fellas.
Doesn't get any better than that!!!!
 

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Did forget to mention my 7 yr old told me today "dad i love swimming pools at a hotel but i love shooting more" thats my boy
And because the 7 year old has a father who is teaching him responsible gun handling, among other things I'm sure, he will grow up to be a responsible gun owner AND a responsible citizen. It's the men who leave their seed and abdicate their role as a father that causes children to grow up to be "proud thugs" who shoot other thugs because of the color of their bandana. But we can't legislate responsible parenting so we blame the gun. Go figure. Didn't mean to hijack your thread but the world needs more dads like you.
 

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Walkinman, i couldnt agree more. Yes safety is number one, before my boys even get to touch the gun at the range they get we call the rules of operating a gun. Bit with the parenting i actually have a aunt who just cant beleive i would take my boys out and let them shoot a gun. Iexplained to her several things but what i stressed the most is that whether im at the range or hunting i still use what my dad taught me 25 yrs ago when i first started shooted. I dont nor will defend myself to her, as long as she wouldnt say anything about my boys in a negative way just decided to walk away, impossible to talk to a single minded thinking person.
 

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Not Running On.......!

Shot another 100 rds today, shot flawlessly once again. The day was even better beings my 2 boys came home from gmas so it was just the 3 of us. As much as i enjoy shoot ing with them I gotta say just the talks we have while we are reloading a mag or moving or just taking a break are whats priceless! We love shooting but seeing the look on a little ones face when they hit the bullseye is about as priceless as it gets! Sorry for going on guys but im one proud dad! Have a good evening fellas.
It's not going on dad!!! I is the greatest thing in the world spending range time with your kids!!:D:D I know all about fatherly pride. My son is a sergeant in the U.S. Army. He has served deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. He a great son, husband, father (I have two grand daughters and I was just blessed with my first grandson on March 17th. His name is Remington! :D:D) and soldier! Am I proud? You damn right I am!!!:cool::cool::cool:

Rest easy tonight! My son is standing guard!!!

Keep shooting that Kimber and keep taking the kids with you. Treasure the time you have with them, because they grow up and move away way too fast!!! ;);)
 
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Walkinman, i couldnt agree more. Yes safety is number one, before my boys even get to touch the gun at the range they get we call the rules of operating a gun. Bit with the parenting i actually have a aunt who just cant beleive i would take my boys out and let them shoot a gun. Iexplained to her several things but what i stressed the most is that whether im at the range or hunting i still use what my dad taught me 25 yrs ago when i first started shooted. I dont nor will defend myself to her, as long as she wouldnt say anything about my boys in a negative way just decided to walk away, impossible to talk to a single minded thinking person.
I agree. Before I "discuss" my right to own a firearm I ALWAYS ask myself if anything positive will come from the discussion, usually I choose to do what you did . . . walk away. But not before I say, " isn't it interesting that the 4 cities with the most restrictive gun laws are the 4 cities with the highest murder rates?" ( NYC, Detroit, Chicago, and Lost Angelas )
 
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