I bought a new Kimber Ultra CDP II a year ago and thought that it was going to be the bee's knee's for concealed carry. I was correct in the fact that it was light and easily concealable for a 1911, and it is a .45 ACP. What I do not like about it, is the ambi safety and how snappy the recoil is. So I carried it for about 4 months, and it has sat in the safe since. Monday, I saw a guy wanting to trade an H&K USP compact .40 with 4 high cap mags a box of ammo and $400 cash for a Kimber Ultra. I had an H&K USP .40 many years ago, and unfortunately was forced to sell it. Now that the job situation has stabilized considerably I would love to own another H&K. With the possibility of another weapons/magazine ban on the horizon I am seriously considering doing this trade. It does come with 4 12 round mags, and 1 10 rounder. The Kimber is only a 6 round mag and the Wilson Combat mag is only a 7 round mag, so no ban on them. So here is my question, should I go through with this trade, or should I keep the Kimber and just find another USP compact that is for sale? I do have two other Kimbers in the safe, but I don't own an H&K.