Kimber Micro .380 ACP Pistol

Kimber is set to roll out its new Micro .380 ACP pistol this year. What makes this new pistol a fantastic carry option? A crisp trigger pull and other safety features, along with impressive accuracy, to start. And the fact that the .380 weighs less than 14 oz. with a barrel length of 2.75 inches is the icing on the cake as far as carry guns go. The famous Kimber quality combined with the ergonomics and operation of a 1911 are reason enough to give this .380 a try.

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12 Responses to Kimber Micro .380 ACP Pistol

Craig Hauss wrote:
November 04, 2014

Just purchased a .380 micro carry. I have put about 300 rounds of pic ammo thru the pistol and have had problems with reliability. It will not go into battery consistently.

Thomas Kizewski wrote:
October 06, 2014

A year and and a half. But I got one. Now I cannot find any extra clips for it??????????????

George S wrote:
August 29, 2014

Finally received this gun, shoots great, no failures. About 250 rounds of Blazer, Buffalo bore, Pwr ball - love this little gun. Only problem is I hit the safety while shooting the Buffalo bore - maybe holding it too high. Kimber did this gun the right way.

Don Rabidoux wrote:
August 28, 2014

Don't waste your money on the extended mag for the micro carry! The slide won't lock open after the last round with this mag.

Boogie2 wrote:
March 08, 2014

Bought my wife one today.

George s wrote:
February 10, 2014

Kimber. Should be honest with the public and tell us where you really are in production _ I have been waiting 2 years for this 380

Robert c. Baher wrote:
September 04, 2013

It' a joke trying to get one of these 380 acp guns. They say Kimber has brought them out but where are they. I can'nt find one for sale anywhere. I get conflicting reports that they are 2 to 3 years out. Why advertide your greatest new product when it isn't available. Quit screwing with the eager American gun buyer that wants one and make them available at a reasonable time frame. (2yrs. isn't reasonable.)

Eric Sarakaitis wrote:
February 06, 2013

I wish they should just focus on making them thiner. My large hands cant handle the micro pistols. Hence why i have my <a href=">Kimber Pro Carry</a>

Jeff wrote:
January 18, 2013

Is this deja vu all over again? How many more SHOT Shows and NRA Conventions will they show the same prototypes and claim they're "new"?

VAdoublegunner wrote:
January 18, 2013

Looks a lot like the SigP238. The Sig has been a very good pistol, quite accurate and easy to use. My girlfriend really likes hers. Being a Browning tilt barrel lock breech design, it is lighter than many quality blowbacks and easier to rack the slide. The trigger is also excellent. Those are features women like. However, it will require significant manual of arms training and range time familiarity if they are not used to 1911 style SA only mode of operation before C&L carry. Many women shooters are not that familiar with it.

itldo wrote:
January 17, 2013

My 9 MM jambes about every 3 shots. The empty casing doesn't leave the chamber. This is what I want in a self defense situation. Great looking gun to impress your friends. Not good to rely on???

Paul R. wrote:
January 17, 2013

I hope the new .380 doesn't have the problems that my new Solo CDP has. IE: Can Only use special critical duty ammo to be dependable, slide very stiff and hard to operate, magazine button release hard to push, very difficult to load 6 in mag because of heavy spring. These are well known problems for this Solo CDP.If I had second chance I would not buy it again ,especially at the outrageous price.KImber has no solutions to these problems , according to them .