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Old 10-21-2011, 04:04 PM   #21
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Keep us informed .
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I could never get rid of a pistol I like, because I know I will regret it. It would ruin the thrill of getting the new one that I traded it for. If I can't afford the new one that I want, I just wait until I can, or do without. Only major problem with that is that my 'wish list' is getting longer & longer, instead of shorter.
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I only regret selling guns that are no longer made because they're difficult to get back. But if it's something that I can easily find, I don't feel too bad.

The LGS said that there are about 30 other people ahead of me on the waitlist for the Solo. I wonder how much patience I will have?
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I ran out of patience and lost enthusiasm based on the negative reports here and elsewhere.

I won't pay good money and wait 6 months or more to be a beta tester.

Order cancelled. Sorry Kimber.
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I usually wait about a year or two before I purchase a new firearm so the company has time to get the kinks worked out, and to see if it's worth getting or not.
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I shot a SOLO not long ago....truthfully...I'd keep the RUGER.

The Solo wasn't nearly all they have been making it out to be. I actually PREFER the Taurus PT709 Slim as a single stack 9mm pocket gun. More accurate, more reliable, and LOTS less $$.
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Old 10-22-2011, 02:57 AM   #27
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From what I've read... You'll need all of that generous Kimber
1 year warranty and then some. I think I understand why
they named it Solo. That's how many rounds you'll
fire before sending it back for repair.
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