The Kimber Solo is no longer in production, and has been replaced by the Micro 9. The Solo was one of a few guns that I purchased without reading reviews. I liked the weight, the finish, the sights, and having a 9MM for concealed carry. The Solo is very accurate, and the recoil is moderate. There are a number of problems with this pistol starting with the price. If I remember correctly, I think I paid $750.00 for this four years ago. Four years ago ammunition was expensive and, on occasion, hard to get. Kimber recommends 124 or 147 grain hollow point ammo, and stated that 115 grain ammo will not recycle properly. I shoot at least two magazines a month for practice with my concealed carry pistol, and if I am not satisfied with my accuracy, I will shoot up to fifty rounds. I thought it was stupid to practice with expensive ammo, because I shoot good quality 115 grain ammo. The Kimber has been in my safe for two years, and I thought it was time to shoot it and review it. I decided to shoot 115 grain ammo at thirty feet with three 8 round magazines and one 6 round magazine. I was shooting rapid fire minus the interruptions. On my third shot the ejected round hit the middle of my forehead, so I stopped for a few seconds to check for blood. There was no other problems with the first magazine. The second shot of my second magazine failed to eject. In a life or death situation, say hello to Mr. Death. The third magazine had an ejection failure on the third shot, and no problem with the fourth magazine. I have read several complaints about recycling problem with the more expensive ammo. I would never recommend anyone using the Solo as a concealed carry pistol. If it was any good, Kimber would still be manufacturing it. I will not sell or trade the Solo, because I am afraid someone might use this as a concealed carry pistol. I did not post a video on the Solo because it isn’t worth your time to watch it. I did post an excellent NRA video on the Second Amendment.