Kimber Micro 380 ACP Stainless Mini 1911 3700604

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Kimber Micro 380ACP- Quality in a Pocket-Size Package

Micro slides are made to the tightest allowable tolerances, with barrels machined from stainless steel for superior resistance to moisture. All Micro frames are shaped from the finest aluminum for integrity and strength. In many respects a miniature 1911, among the most important Micro design advantages is a single action trigger with the kind of short, smooth pull that ensures accuracy and builds confidence. The thumb safety, slide release and magazine release are pure 1911 as well. Standard features include a lowered and flared ejection port for flawless ejection and a beveled magazine well for fast, positive loading. Sights are steel – not plastic – and mounted in machined dovetails for additional integrity.

Ideal for shooters with small hands as well as those who insist on mild recoil combined with enough power for concealed carry or home protection, Micro pistols are the right choice for many applications. Best of all, they offer unequaled Kimber quality, dependability and performance.


Manufacturer/Model: Kimber Micro
Caliber: 380ACP
Height (inches) 90° to barrel: 4.0
Weight (ounces) with empty magazine: 13.4
Length (inches): 5.6
Magazine capacity: 6Rd
Recoil spring (pounds) 8.0
Full-length guide rid

Material: Aluminum
Finish: Silver Anodized
Width (inches): 1.08


Material: Stainless Steel
Finish: Satin Silver

Length (inches): 2.75
Material: Stainless steel
Twist rate (left hand): 16

Categories: Semi Auto Pistols
Condition: New
Manufacturer: Kimber
Model: Micro 380
Caliber: 380 Auto / ACP
SKU: 669278376042
MPN: 3700604
UPC: 669278376042
Vendor: Gunprime
Reviews (1)
By Mike on 11/03/20
Good gun

The recoil is easy to handle, the gun looks and shoots well. As with any compact you will probably not shoot bullseyes past 5 yards. I only put 50 rounds through the gun due to $50 a box ammo and it fed well. Overall the gun looks and functions great. There are a couple of design things I did not care for:
The magazine release button is easy to push inadvertently. Doing a rapid fire drill I got a click instead of a bang because I dropped the magazine.

The back of the rear sight catches the seam of my pocket holster when drawing the gun. I have a nylon holster so I’ll have to change the sights or the holster with no seam.

My advice is if you don’t mind the extra dollars this is a great gun, however, since this is a short range gun you could by a cheaper gun that would be just as effective. Last thought- I just really like the 1911 style.

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