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What Kimber do you want to get next? I'm thinking I want a TLE which has everything you need, and nothing you don't. Just can't decide on the size. I'd eventually like to have all three.
 

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Don't think a 2nd is in the cards anytime soon but I think I might look for an Ultra of some kind next. Maybe CDP LG. Would like to try out one first beforehand. Not many Kimber's to rent around my neck of the woods. One of the guys at the range we frequent carries a KIimber that looks like one at a glance. Maybe some day I can get him to let me try it out.
 

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I seriously want a Stainless Pro Raptor.

If I can't get one of those I want a Eclipse Pro.
 

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I don't think they make the next Kimber for me. I really like my Ultra. Were I to do it again I would want a two tone with rounded grip heel and the three inch barrel again. I have glanced through the guns in their catalog and I don't see it. Not is a short grip anyway.
 

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I don't want to have to stock another caliber.

Your not looking at it right, the more guns you have in different calibers the better the chance of finding ammo when you get that itch to go shoot something.
 
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I had firmly settled on .40 as our stock go-to caliber, for many years. Then I made the mistake of allowing my hand to caress a Kimber. Now I have to buy .40 and .45. Any additional Kimbers will only reinforce the dual caliber household.

Not messing with .380.
 

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Your not looking at it right, the more guns you have in different calibers the better the chance of finding ammo when you get that itch to go shoot something.
Well, for handguns I already have to stock .45, 9mm, .22, .357 magnum, and .38 special. That's enough.
 

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I had firmly settled on .40 as our stock go-to caliber, for many years. Then I made the mistake of allowing my hand to caress a Kimber. Now I have to buy .40 and .45. Any additional Kimbers will only reinforce the dual caliber household.

Not messing with .380.
Where's your sense of adventure?
 

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Well, for handguns I already have to stock .45, 9mm, .22, .357 magnum, and .38 special. That's enough.
I'll see you that and raise you .41 mag and .44 mag. My hole card is a .357 Herrett wildcat.

 

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Where's your sense of adventure?
My adventures resides in my S&W 629 Classic 44 mag with a 2-1/2# trigger in single action.

We have a .380 that never leaves the box. We have multiple .22 and .22 mag, the .44, three .40, and two .45. I dumped the .38s and 9mm long ago. They never tickled my palm or whispered in my ear enough to keep a home.
 
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