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  1. mrslippery

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    So this is where the waters fine? Last week I posted the about replacing my G30/G21 battery with a Ultra carry II, and a TLE II, well, I bought the Ultra carry II yesterday. Sold off the G30, look forward to carry the "thin is in " 1911 Ultra Kimber. I plan to get out tomorrow morning to run a box through it, 230FMJ. Do these come with a take down tool? I've been carrying a SW37 in a IWB holster with a single metal belt clip, can't tell what make it is. Anyone carrying a compact in something similar? Will post my range results later. Hopefully I'll have my TLE II within the next couple weeks.
     

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    Welcome to the wonderful world of 1911's

    The Ultra doesn't have a take down tool like the smaller Springfield. IIRC, the Ultra has a small hole in the recoil guide rod. A small paper clip should work.
     

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    :welcome:

    ...glad you're a part of our forum.

    As Quack said, the Kimbers with the bull barrels have the small hole for a pin or paper clip to be used as a take down tool. I believe they're all that way.
     
  4. mrslippery

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    Thanks for the welcomes, and replys. Any recommendations on holsters? I don't have the profile I had 30 years ago, IWB is what I prefer, but the size and profile would be critical issues. Been carrying my G30 in a paddle style, which I like, and may carry this Kimber the same. Just thought it would help to hear from others on what there using. Thanks again, :wavey:
     
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    Welcome aboard!.. I have a Kimber Ultra that I have been carrying in a Supertuck for a bit now.. I like it quite a bit as it is exceedingly comfortable..it is an IWB.. before that I was using a Bianchi carrylok, as I really liked the locking feature and it held the gun rather tightly to me..
     
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    Welcome to our humble home. Congrats on you first Kimber too.
     
  7. Quack

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    I use Milt Sparks VM-II's, but I also have a Crossbreed SuperTuck Deluxe. I don't use the Crossbreed anymore though.
     
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    Well, I'm not sure its always so humble around here. :supergrin:


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  9. mrslippery

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    Thanks for the welcome, but it's not my first. I picked up a Stainless II last fall, my significant other of 29 years loved it the first timeout, it's in her collection now. Just wanted something slimmer than my G30, something I can EDC all year round. I almost bought a G36 shortly after buying my daughter one, but wanted something closer to my J frame smith. I find the Ultra close to these attributes.
     
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    I just got my Ultra Carry last week and the take down tool was hiding under the foam in my gun case... It may just be something new, them including a tool. Take a look, maybe you'll find a surprise.
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  11. Quack

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    yep, but i was referring that it doesn't have the plastic takedown clip like the Springfield or the STI's with the recoilmaster have.

    i never used the takedown tool/paperclip on my Kimber Ultra and also don't use one for my EMP. Knedrgr was over last weekend and i took down his Springfield Ultra Compact w/o tool's either. The only gun that i need tool for are those wil 2pc FLGR's and the STI w/ Recoilmaster.
     
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    the Kimber tool can bee seen right above the manual

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    and the Springfield tool is the little plastic clip near the keys.
    The "L" shaped pin is to remove the MSH since it has ILS
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  13. mrslippery

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    Thanks Quack, It dose have that orange tool in the case. I was reading the manual and I thought I seen a picture of something like a allen wrench as a take down tool. Since you own the Ultra and a EMP how would you compare them against each other. I almost when the EMP route, but I thought I got a deal on my Ultra at 800.00 OTD.
     
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    I am a big Kimber fan myself. I have managed to acquire the following:

    SS Pro Carry II (my CCW)
    Pro Covert II
    Eclipse Custom II
    PRO Eclipse II
    Eclipse Target II
    Tactical Custom II
    Ultra Tactical II
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    the orange piece is a chamber flag, the tool is a small wire tool that looks like an allen wrench. it's in on top of the "Operation Manual" in the plastic bag on the lower left.

    I sold my Tactical Ultra after i bought my EMP, if that is any indication which i liked better. for .45ACP i carry a Commander sized 1911.
     
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    It looks big until you realize its not even a quarter of your 1911 collection. ;)
     
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    Sorry Quack, i had misunderstood what you said.

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    Nope, didn't come with one. My paperwork wasn't in a bag(manual), back to the shop in the morning.
     
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    Welcome to the forum, Ma'am, and congrats on the Kimber:thumbsup:
     
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