by NRA Staff - Tuesday, January 17, 2012
SHOT Show is one of the first—and best—chances that manufacturers have to pitch their latest hardware to the rest of the industry, and the folks at Kimber didn't waste anytime in unveiling their new Kimber Micro CDP .380.
Described by the company's representatives as something akin to a miniature 1911, the Micro CDP .380 delivers a sturdy, reliable build, solid stopping power and a built in laser sight in a package that's ideal for anyone to use in a carry conceal capacity. All told, the Micro CDP weighs in at 17 ounces and its smooth single action trigger system maintains the accuracy of a far larger model.
Kimber representatives were ready and willing to discuss the new Micro CDP .380 with the AmericanRifleman.org staff, and you can get your own glimpse of their new product by watching the video below.
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