Kimber Scored a new to me 9mm Ultra CDPII today

Discussion in 'General 1911 talk' started by Teufelhunde, Jan 25, 2019.

  1. Teufelhunde

    Teufelhunde Active Member

    Jan 9, 2019
    I snagged a 9mm Ultra CDPII today.....I had been looking for one to cut the cost of practice, as shooting a lot with my .45 Ultra CDPII was getting a bit pricey.......Purchased it from the original buyer and he reports around 500 rounds downrange (which the wear on the rails, or actually lack of wear, confirms is pretty accurate), the finish is flawless except for one small chip on the left side of the trigger guard. It came with 5 magazines, box, and paperwork for $850. Considering a new one is just shy of $1200, how could I say no?

    Took it to the range this afternoon.....100 rds of Armscor 124 ball...flawless, 50 rds of HST 124 standard pressure had two failures to fully go into battery. I've not figure this out yet, will have to find out what the issue may be.

    WHAT A SOFT SHOOTER.......Trigger pull on par with my .45 (I haven't measured it yet). I wasn't quite as accurate with this as I usually am with the 45, but I did feel a bit off, so I think it was me, not the gun.



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  2. ORShooter

    ORShooter Just outsided the realm of Crazy!

    Nov 28, 2018
    Congrats, that's a fine looking little pistola!
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  3. ca survivor

    ca survivor Active Member

    Dec 28, 2011
    Congrats, never seen one in 9mm.
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