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Discussion in 'Firearms' started by AV8R, Jun 3, 2007.
Kimber KPD, anyone?
So far, I haven't heard anything positive about this gun. Then again I don't know of anyone who has ever shot a working copy. It is over a year late from when Kimber said it would be out.
On a side note, anyone else think a little too little too late for Kimber on this?
I've never actually seen one much less shot one. I'd love to give it a try though.
It looks like they bread a Glock with a Walther!!!
Looks autistic to me.
i hate to say it, but at first glange i thought, hi-point?
It looks like a narrow Glock with a HiPoint slide on it.
looks like at XD bred to a walther to me...
the grip seems too upright and the area at the top back the the grip seems to be too deep.
Glock girl; you have such a way with words........
Another great bastardized Glock design (sarcasm). Riding the wave of swappable back-straps.
Every gun manufacturer and their grandmother wants in on this market. But there is nothing like a real GLOCK polymer pistol.
Looks like it has a Steyr grip to it, trying to get the angle of a 1911 grip. Screw the ambi mag drop, for a righty you think you'd be able to nudge the mag release on accident during a defensive draw situation or a struggle? I think so.
I don't like it, at all.
This is just an overpriced copy of the S&W M&P. Buy the M&P, you won't be disappointed. If you are, I'll take them off your hands for a small fee...
I found this old thread....anyone have any experience w/ the Kimber KPD?
No experience with KPDs, but Kimber makes 1911s... stick to those. Their bolt rifles look nice as well as their over/under shotguns...but KPDs... I wouldn't give much thought at all. Get a Glock, XD, or M&P if you want tupperware.
What's with the trigger? Does it move back or up?
(And where's the shoulder thingy?)
I know about their 1911's - my buddy has one.
I was just looking to see if anyone had fired one or possibly owned one....Glock, XD and M&P are considerations too....
looks better made than a M&P. it doesn't have the huge gaps a M&P has
Looks just like a Sigma to me.