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the case says it was built in 1997 and it has the older skeletonized trigger. The gun was owned by one of the owners of the gun shop. Maybe two or three boxes of shells were run thru the gun. The gun was listed for $550, but I offered $500 even and after a few minutes we settled at $510. Did I do OK on this one!?! The gun is perfect with no scratches or marks anywhere. I sold my Sig 220 to a friend in order to get into the 1911 family...

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Hello. I think you did fine. I've owned but one Kimber and it is a Custom Classic. The thing is reliable and quite accurate. Did a bit of trigger work on the pistol and had to dress down the front sight just a bit and changed the stocks, but the gun's a keeper.
I shoot it frequently and wouldn't hestitate to use it for defensive purposes. That's about as high of praise as I can put on a gun.

Best and enjoy your pistol. Welcome to the wonderful world of the 1911.

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