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Kimber Pro CDP

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by humdrum, Sep 1, 2010.

  1. humdrum

    humdrum Lakewood Active Member

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    I'm bored and willing to test the waters on a possible trade of my first run Kimber Pro CDP 1911 (commander length) pistol. This is a first generation custom shop pistol without the firing pin safety- Not the CDP II. This gun has been fired extensively and cared for religiously. It does show signs of wear and use around the sights, including drifting marks on the rear sight, but the finish wear is isolated to those areas as the rest of the slide is stainless. This is a carry-piece that I could keep forever, but I'm willing to let it go for the right trade, and it won't go easily so please don't low-ball on this one. I'm willing/interested to trade for a 5" 1911 of equal quality (another Kimber or a Springfield) but all worth while trades of centerfire pistols or rifles will certainly be entertained. If interested in a trade or need more information please e-mail to rayschmidt1@yahoo.com FTF only. I'm in the Lakewood/Ft. Lewis area. CDP2.jpg
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  2. oasis618

    oasis618 Tacoma, Wa Active Member

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  3. pierce50

    pierce50 issaquah, wa Member

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    PM Sent.
     
  4. gunjunky

    gunjunky Arlington, WA Active Member

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    Cash price?
     
  5. humdrum

    humdrum Lakewood Active Member

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    trades only please
     
  6. Shooter11b

    Shooter11b Enumclaw, Washington, United States Tactical Bushcrafter

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    I have an H&K USP Compact 9mm with the LEM trigger, an FNP 45 and many more as the song goes. Any interest in the first two mentioned?
     
  7. Ace_Breaker

    Ace_Breaker Enumclaw, Wa Member

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    PM'd trade offer a few days ago and no response??? Please disregard my offer.
     
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    CVMustang Hillsboro Member

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  9. hntn&fshn

    hntn&fshn Boring Member

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    humdrum, It is difficult for some of us less experienced folks to make trade offers when you don't post a trade value. We need somewhere to start.
     
  10. humdrum

    humdrum Lakewood Active Member

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    Sorry to those who sent PM's and didn't get what they felt was a timely response, I'm new to the site and still feeling my way around. To answer the question above I feel $800-1000 would be a fair trade value. If I had my druthers it would be a trade for another high-end 1911, just a full-size. When I purchased this pistol new it went for $1300 retail.
     
  11. hntn&fshn

    hntn&fshn Boring Member

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    Thanks for that info, it helps alot.
     
  12. Tanners Owner

    Tanners Owner Thurston County, WA Member

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    PM sent
     
  13. triple t

    triple t SW Washington Member

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    Couple emails sent regarding Colt Gold Cup
     
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