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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by PrecisionRifleman, Feb 2, 2011.
You're such a jackass.
Truth hurts man. Especially when you live in Ohio, how much Ice you got out there today?
That is also why there are two guys on here that own over 50 1911's each, and they both carry a Kimber daily... Nuff said...
About as many as you see using Colt and Springfield small parts to upgrade.....
I'm using a Colt trigger to upgrade...........
Couldn't get a Kimber trigger?
Colt is the only one I could find that had the EXACT trigger i wanted.
It's ok, all my Colt's have Colt triggers in them.
Hey they are quality aluminum triggers from what I read.
Couple of inches on top of about a foot of powder.
It is the coldest it has been here all week. A nippy 39!!!! YIKES. My home town is probably 43/44. I need to go home...
Yeah, its been a rough winter. Real rough.
We had half an inch of ice once this winter, and shut the whole town and the University down for 3 days.
I'd call that a clue...
That's only because Brian doesn't want to have to deal with the heartbreak of having a $5,000-7,000 pistola taken into evidence and being handled by who knows how many people, banging around a property room, and possibly never to return to his carpet.
I just got an Eclipse Pro from Buds for $1038. Most accurate gun I own but I had to send it back to Kimber for what I think is extractor problems. It seems to be a common problem with Kimber theese days. It is a good looking gun though, but if Im ever going to carry it it better come back 100% or its down the road.
Don't be a Kimber hater.
I've only owned 3 1911's and I prefer the Kimber.
The other two were Colts, though.
It's very accurate and reliable over 2K so far, what should I hate about it?