You may recall that my FFL guy had some “issues” with his Kimber Solo. Specifically light primer strikes. He sent it back to the company. About a week later the nine mm returned with the following listed on the invoice: striker safety lever replaced; barrel chamber reamed & polished; trigger bar replaced; test fired OK – after repair; feed ramp polished. Steve and I finally managed to rendezvous for some range time. And the gun she works! Despite the pocket rocket’s high running costs and snappy recoil, Steve may be going Solo for his everyday carry. Meanwhile, TTAG’s T&E Solo has arrived. Between the two guns, I’ve got a pretty good idea of what this piece is and isn’t. Full review next Monday.