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Old October 6, 2012, 10:16 PM   #5
pete2
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Join Date: May 15, 2012
Location: Texas
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I expect any gun to function out of the box. If it doesn't the manufacturer screwed up. It happens, the only 1911 i have that didn't work was a Kimber, I had to dimple the slide stop. I don't under stand why but from what I've read this is an old problem with Kimbers. You'd think they'd correct it. I wish I'd put out a few more bucks and bought a Colt. I'll never really adore the Kimber after this experience, it is a good shooter now tho. On a new gun I field strip it and clean it and then I expect it to work, if it doesn't it should go back to the factory for repair. I didn't want the hassle of sending it back. Kimber sent me a modified slide stop but it didn't work.
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