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My New Kimber

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Crow1108, Feb 8, 2008.

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  1. Crow1108

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    Already posted these over at m1911.org. Picked her up yesterday, and gave her a good cleaning this morning.

    Can't wait to try her out :cool:
     
  2. kamagong

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    Congrats on your fine weapon. Now go out and shoot a dozen or so boxes of ammo. :D
     
  3. Black Majik

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    Excellent. :cool:
     
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    Very nice, I know she will shoot as good as she looks. congats
     
  5. Walkalong

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    Congrats. Fine pistols.
     
  6. Markbo

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    Now take a pic from the other side and a pic from the rear so that we can see how the slide to frame fit is. The Anti-Kimber guys are sure to swoop in and tell you how awful that fit MUST be whether it is or not.
     
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    congrats looks great i can't wait to hear some range reports. i love the look of a ss 1911.
     
  8. gunmn74

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    Congradulations on the new gun.

    I have almost the same gun, Kimber Series I. I purchased it in 98 and
    I have changed the grips and screws but the rest is bone stock.
    You will love that gun and it will embarass most anything else at the
    range.
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  9. steelyblue

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    My Pastor has a stainless II just like that. It is deadly accurate, great choice!
     
  10. Crow1108

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    Yeah, and to think I about didn't buy one because of all the naysayers. Numerous posts here and on the m1911.org forum showed me the light though.

    Wow I like those grips on yours. Accents the stainless really nicely. What are those?

    I'll give you guys a range report as soon as I get out there. Buddy of mine's getting an AK with his tax return here in a couple of weeks, so a trip out to the range will be in order.
     
  11. strat81

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    Nice! I dig the "plain" look of the Stainless II, SA Milspec, et al.
     
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    Sweeeeeeeet!
     
  13. silent one

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    Crow1108

    Excellent choice. Keep it clean, and well lubed, and it will run like the energizer bunny:D

    ''Semper Fi''

    SILENT ONE
     
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