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    Item #: KIM3300080 Mfr# 3300080

    Kimber 3300080 Micro Carry CDP 380 ACP

    Shop Kimber Micro Carry CDP Pistol- .380 ACP, 2.75 Inch Barrel, Satin Silver Finish, 6 Rd Centerfire Pistol at - The hunt begins here. Fast shipping, great prices & large selection at America’s Premier Waterfowl Outfitter!
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    Product Description

    The easily-concealed Micro CDP .380 ACP is built to exacting specifications and features mild recoil and the intuitive operation of a 1911. Edges are rounded and blended to avoid snags, and black rubber grips aid control. Like all Micro pistols, it has an aluminum frame and stainless steel barrel. This CDP model is built in the Kimber Custom Shop to exacting specifications and features night sights, checkering on the front strap and mainspring housing, stainless steel controls and an ambidextrous thumb safety.


    • Caliber: .380 ACP
    • Height (inches) 90° to barrel: 4.0
    • Weight (ounces) with empty magazine: 13.4
    • Length (inches): 5.6
    • Magazine capacity: 6
    • Recoil spring (pounds): 8.0
    • Full-length guide rod
    • Carry Melt treatment


    • Material: Aluminum
    • Finish: Matte black
    • Width (inches): 1.08
    • Front strap checkering
    • High cut under trigger guard


    • Material: Stainless steel
    • Finish: Satin silver


    • Length (inches): 2.75
    • Material: Stainless Steel
    • Twist rate (left hand): 16
    • Ramped


    • Meprolight Tritium 3-dot night sight, fixed
    • Radius (inches): 3.9


    • Rosewood
    • Double diamond


    • Solid Aluminum, match grade
    • Factory setting (approximate pounds): 7.0

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