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Old 10-07-2012, 09:12   #1
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Northeast Oregon
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my 1st 1911

Well just have to comment on my first outing with my first 1911.

Last week I purchased a slight used Kimber Gold Combat SS 2 from a guy I work with. He says the gun has about 300 rounds through it, and there is no reason to doubt it.

It was every bit, but no more, accurate than my Glock 31 that I sold to buy the Kimber and that puts it more accurate than I can shoot more than one dedicated shot at a time.

The only other comment I have is that I am going to sell this thing since I just can't understand what it is people like about an all steel, heavy, large tool like this. Yea, its very refined, and I don't really have any thing to complain about concerning the quality, but ... I guess I'll just never get it!
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