Here is what I would do. I would go to the Kimber web-site and look up the make and model along with the MSRP. If the asking price is at least 20% less than the MSRP, it probably is a good deal. My first impression is that this is probably a very good deal since I assume that the Gold Match comes from their Custom Shop but that is just from my personal experience with Kimbers. Check the price on the web-site before you purchase. Good luck. :smile:Hello All,
I'm looking at buying a Kimber Gold Match Stainless. Local gun store has one that is used, less than 100 through it. It's priced at less than $900.00. Is this a good buy?