Some may remember that I bought this Springfield a few weeks ago: http://www.georgiapacking.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=53096, and I was told then it would not be my last. After the gun show last weekend I stopped by to see my good friends at Autry's Armory, and while looking around I "just asked" to only "hold" this pistol. That was a big fat mistake, and I knew it the minute it hit my hands. It is a Kimber Pro CDP II. Comes from their Custom Shop, and everything is hand fitted. Very, very, tight. I have fired about 150 rounds, per Kimbers break-in instructions. This thing is very tight, and has to be broken in!! I'm used to yanking a Glock out of the box and firing away. First 30 rounds went flawless. Next 20 rounds had FTRB, about 1 per magazine. Stripped, cleaned, and oiled, then about 50 more rounds. Only 1 FTRB. Stripped, cleaned, and oiled tonight, 50 more rounds, all ran flawless without a problem. Taking it to the range tomorrow night for about 200-300 more, and I hope to proclaim it "carry ready". Kimber says about 300 and it should be good to go. This is the most expensive pistol I have ever bought. It feels expensive, and it feels good in the hand. And now for the best part:::::::: Wanna kill these ads? We can help!