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Full size Kimber 1911 two tone. 45 ACP  Custom CDP II   From Kimber Custom Shop.   Comes with one mag and hard back case.  

$800 plus $25.00 shipping to your FFL

Thanks for looking.

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7 minutes ago, Ninety Caliber Al, 50218 said:

Is this a commander length or 5”?

Full size   5 inch

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Selling a five inch 1911....blasphemy...

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2 hours ago, Old Man Graybeard said:

Selling a five inch 1911....blasphemy...

I have done it but I usually wind up replacing it with another and better 5" 1911...

 

Of course better is subjective. A Colt Wiley Clapp Commander is on my short list as is a Les Baer 5".

 

The Kimber the OP is selling is a mighty fine 1911 however. One of Kimber's best guns, I think.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The first handgun I owned was a WWII 1911, ended up losing it, even though only peck basket accurate, I wish I had it still. I have carried one of a pair of Kimber "commanders" daily for a couple of decades and change.  They are reliable, accurate, and not unattractive.  I look at all of the wonderful and very expensive semi-custom 1911s from famous brands and wonder what I would gain.  I won't say I'm not tempted, but what else can they do.  Is it a case of brand pride, like some Womens' purses and shoes, or is there something I am missing.

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I have this exact same gun but mine has laser grips.

I like Kimbers and the only other 1911 I have are Colts :D The first one is a Kimber Desert Warrior inspired from John Wick , yes I love my HKs and other tactical guns as well along with my Cowboy guns - I don’t discriminate when it comes to guns :PF1732268-A47F-46EA-A041-72CAF932FF40.thumb.jpeg.754ce343b6f124ef8a9bd4e7606babe5.jpeg

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My worse gun deal was back in 1989 when I traded a Colt 1911 that was GI issued and $200 for a Hawes stainless .44 mag 6” and belt/holster. I was very “foolish”, but so into single actions, and back then Colt 1911’s were more plentiful and affordable. Not a day doesn’t go by that I kick myself! 

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