OK So yes I was ral heavy into the 1911 till about 1990 Then I bought a consecutive pair of G-21's ALD prefix. My 1911's got sold and traded off with in a year or so as I stopped useing them. I retired a few years ago did a few thing I had been wanting to do buit a couple AR's after the ban sunset stuff like that, Back around 2000 I started reading about the .460 Rowland got real i8nterested in the round but was going to wait till I could convert a Glock. Well that wait got tireing after eight or nine years , so last year I brock down and bought a Kimber Stainless from Clark Custom with a .460 Rowland conversion, shoots real good too. Around Christmas I desided to try a side to side comparison between the Kimber in .45 ACP and one of my well used G-21. Well results wer so -so the groups were c;lose to the same 7 rounds from the Kimber at 25 yards and 7 rounds from the Glock both with hardball shot into about 4" But the Kimber needed a mag change after each 7 Rounds The Glock went 13. The loaded Kimber felt like a had a brick on my belt, not so much the Glock ( but I am used to it too) Now the Big differance after a hundred rounds from each The Glock took fifteen minutes to strip and clean, The Kimber didn't take long to strip, but after cleaning, I fiddled with the dang thing for close to two hours to reassemble it to .460 configuration. Now I am not stupid, I have owned seven or eight 1911's they are not hard to take apart or put back togeather, but this sucker has a two piece guide rod and a comp. so the slide is put togeather back ackwards, you have to hold the 24 lbe recoil spring in place while putting the frame back onto the slide, even putting it back to .45 acp I about put an eye out when the spring plug slipped and went flyin across the room, so in short the Kimber is now an expensive safe queen, I can use one of my Rugers SBR's for Hogs or maybe I will go ahead and get a G-20 or 29.