Justify your wasting your meager income on a POS MIMber.
Sure they do. You don't deserve to see them.
Thanks for the link, but I already own "premium brand" ARs.
I was going say that I use hi-cap clips in my assault rifle. But I thought that might be too obvious. Thank you all for playing.
Yep. Stupid trade on your part for sure.
There's MIM and then there's Kimber MIM. Big difference.
Not arguing, but frankly, most responders opinion are "inferior" to mine.
That forum is overrun by Kimber and Wilson nut-huggers.
If you own a Kimber, not much about 1911s.
Even if you are a sub-MOA shooter, and I doubt it, your barrel won't last as long a CL one will.
A stippled Glock.
Cheap Bullseye powder...
You are right on one thing. I'm not in the Kimber target customer market. I'm a knowledgable and experienced 1911 shooter who only owns high end...
Most Kimber owners that send them back don't report it directly to YOU. Go on any gun forum and Kimber leads the pack in problems by a wide margin.
But not to the same specs and QC protocols. Just because it looks similar doesn't mean it's the same.
You are wrong. You don't even know what's in the TDP. Just because it's the same size or interchangeable doesn't mean it's "Mil Spec".
For starters, PSA and M&P are definitely hobby grade.
I do it when it's some POS gun or a decent gun but priced way over it's true value.
I'm a high end 1911 owner and I make a point to ask other 1911 shooters I see about their experiences with their various brands. Most Kimber...
So you bought into the Kimber advertising hype? Your example shows that Kimber doesn't even care about shipping a gun that's too tight to cycle....
And yet it's still a Kimber. Why not buy a 1911 that has no MIM in the first place?
Is your castle nut properly staked? What about your gas key? Is your bolt MPI, proof checked and shot peened? Your barrel nut properly torqued?...
Mil Spec to the military and Mil Spec to a civvie AR shooter are two completely separate things.
Separate names with a comma.