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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Quack, Aug 10, 2011.
Guess he didn't know any better
Thankfully, I never had to deal with Kimber's CS.
I too went with a certain shop to avoid the BS...didn't work out too well either.
Interesting red X pictures.
I only dealt with Kimber once,.....and that was painless.
They replaced an EE slide for FREE on a Team Match II.
Just send it in!
I love the people that come into the shop and asked if I can do a Glock grip reduction or Cerakote or something that take a bit of time and mean while i have guns up the *** to work on .Then ask if they can wait for it because they don't want to be without it.
A woman has more than one pair of shoes. Why shouldn't a guy have more than one pistol?
If their Kimber forum runs like some of their others, he may have never read a negative report on Kimber!
My Ultra Carry is an earlier (Pre series II) but many others were/are not.
Ugh Kimbers most "awseome" cs dept.. stock answer.. well have you put 1k rounds through it yet? No? go shoot some more and then call us back if the problem still persists...
Same here, but Chuck Rogers fixed what they screwed up.
I wish I would have been able to take that road, I wouldn't have the ill-feelings I have now. While my pistols are fine from a function point, I'm just want to get rid of them all together. The CS follow-up I've received has been mediocre at best, I don't want to waste my time down the road.
I have to figure out what a reasonable loss will be on all the ones I have...IF I can even get rid of them
I would think taking a can of Krylon to a gun was a pretty quick process. Is the first coat dry-time what takes so long?
Ha Ha Ha. Yes.. I got complaints that the wet paint signs got in the way of re holstering!!!!
I see what you did there....good stuff!