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*ASH*
10-17-2012, 00:30
i have a series 1 kimber compact stainless 45 , im trying to find out a good price to sell it for . anyone who knows kimbers give me round about figure ?? never shot it , been n safe for year

any suggestions on price ? i dont know to much about kimbers

its a series 1

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/KK_Koala/DSCN3034.jpg

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/KK_Koala/DSCN3032.jpg

sdsnet
10-17-2012, 00:43
Nice gun Ash

faawrenchbndr
10-17-2012, 02:14
Great carry piece, one of the BEST Kimbers available!
A series I should sell for $850-1000 easily.
A new series II sellers for $900 & change.

bac1023
10-17-2012, 04:34
The Series I models are certainly more desirable.

Rinspeed
10-17-2012, 20:54
What's the serial number, I don't believe Kimber made SS pistols for more than two or three years before the series II models came out.

Disregarded9-side
10-17-2012, 22:52
List it for $1,000. I would pay that for it if I were in the market for one. If you're the first and only owner and it's never been fired outside the factory, tack on a bit more.

That's a beautiful and very desirable pistol. Good luck on the sale, you should have no problem moving it provided the right people see it--this wasn't a bad place to start!

faawrenchbndr
10-18-2012, 02:22
Ash,.....get it listed on 1911Addicts.com

alwaysshootin
10-18-2012, 06:58
ASH, that's a $1000 gun

sirgarreth
10-18-2012, 17:47
I have a Kimber Pro Carry SLE. Basically the same gun. I would never sell it. The series I Kimbers (IMHO) are the best Kimbers out. They shoot sooo nice.

ca survivor
10-19-2012, 10:29
maybe if you shoot it, you might want to keep it then, just saying, good luck any way.

alwaysshootin
10-19-2012, 10:31
FWIW, if I had that, Kimber, unless I was hard up for cash, it would be on the never sell list!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

An inch shorter than Government, full size grip, all stainless construction, American Made, and no front cocking serrations. What more could you possibly ask for in a 1911?