In honor of my new carry piece, here’s the Kimber Stainless Pro Carry II (but the stats should be about the same for the Super Carry, and any of the Pro Carry line.) The Pro Carry uses a stainless steel slide, but an aluminum frame to cut down on weight. There are also some MIM metal parts in the design, as well, that shooters complain about but the majority of Kimber owners don’t appear to have had serious troubles with them, other than steel followers in magazine scratching the aluminum frame near the feed ramp.


KIMBER Pro Carry II/Super Carry II .45mm

PM: +1   S/R: 2   AMMO: 7   DC: F   CLOS: 0-3   LONG: 10-18   CON: -1   JAM: 98+   DRAW: +1   COST: $1000

GM Information: The victims of the .45 round receive a -2EF to their pain resistance tests. There are also 9mm version of the Pro Carry, the specs for which are:

PM: +1   S/R: 3   AMMO: 9   DC: F   CLOS: 0-3   LONG: 10-18   CON: -1   JAM: 98+   DRAW: +1   RL: 1   COST: $1000

And honestly…I’d rather have one of these — the Super Carry Pro, but that’s a look I particularly like and it would be a good match for my CZ-85 (similar in coloration.)