IT’S AN EXCELLENT PERFORMER.
The Kimber Micro 9 Crimson Carry not only looks good, it also backs it up in performance.
un makers are turning up the power level on pocket-sized pistols. And Kimber’s new Micro 9, chambered in 9mm, looks to be one of the better guns of this new breed.
As long as there have been handguns, the public has craved models that are easily carried and concealed. In the midto late-1800s, defensive-minded citizens might have gotten some degree of reassurance from purchasing a Remington double derringer in .41 Rimfire Short or a Smith & Wesson No. 1 revolver in .22 Short. In the early 1900s, the Colt Vest Pocket Pistol in .25 ACP might have been the choice for discreet carry. None of them was considered a powerhouse.
The Kimber Micro 9 Crimson Carry is an attractive compact pistol with a two-tone finish.