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Discussion in 'Kimber Mfg.' started by El Pistolero, Nov 22, 2007.

  1. Reconvic

    Reconvic New Member

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    Well deserved on your pistol Mulerider73.Rabull and Pstola have some nice Kimbers also.
    I hope you all feel at home here. I love the eye candy pictures thanks
     
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    Boring day in St. Louis yesterday, here some macro Kimber pics (it was dirty but I still love it).

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  3. Highpwr

    Highpwr New Member Forum Supporter

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    I can't argue with that. :wink:

    I picked this one up a couple months ago and love it.
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  4. Reconvic

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    I am 58 and today i shott my kimber Warrior @ 50 feet at the range, this is a camera shot of my avg. shooting today .The pistol-[​IMG]

    One 8 round Wilsom Mag thru it at a 3'' target[​IMG]
     
  5. Bud White

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    Just cause the target was a 3 feet is not reason not to show it off :whistle::plugears:
     
  6. Reconvic

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    LMAO I have shoot much better with My SIGS but that is my AVG. I need new glasses after about 2 hours of shooting I find it straining my eyes Bud.
    3 feet I would use a .500 S&W handgun and close my eyes and should hit it pretty close lol.:wink:
     
  7. Bud White

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    Excuses Excuses
     
  8. Reconvic

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    It comes with age bud I have a million of them lol.
     
  9. Hunter

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    Here is a picture of a Kimber Pro Covert II I reviewed.
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  10. Bud White

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    Ya know i hate to be Negative but that thing is ugly
     
  11. Reconvic

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    I just don't like Crimsom sights and I even own a set, but I never use them but mine are all black, never seen the cammo color before.
     
  12. Hunter

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    Bud it is a differant looking pistol for sure. I am not convinced laser grips are where it's at.
     
  13. Bud White

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    I've never used Laser Grips they are not Ambi Safety Friendly
     
  14. Reconvic

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    You are right on there Bud, I use my Crimson grips on my Stainless Sig 220, not on my 1911's
     
  15. TraderJack

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    Bud, this one has a 3# trigger. You can shoot it anytime!
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    10mm and quick!
     
  16. Reconvic

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    Kimbers are easy to get a good trigger pull from I have found with mine.
    BTW: that is a sweet looking 10mm.
     
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    I like the close ups...

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  18. Reconvic

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    MuleDriver very nice picture and you just made me drool on my Keyboard bro!
     
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    Thanks - the drooling comes from shooting this pistol. It is exactly as it came from the factory. I haven't put it on the scale, but I think the factory trigger pull is about 3.5 to 4#. Part of me would like to see what a trigger job would do for it, but most of me says to leave well enough alone.

    My Dad has an uncanny ability to work magic on a hammer and sear with nothing but an Arkansas Stone freehand. I may turn him loose on the new Para LTC.

    --jcd
     
  20. Bud White

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    Ship it to me ill shoot it

    Im tempted to get the stone jig and try to hone my Dan Wesson PM7 down to 3# since i don;t own a kimber anymore