Kimber 1911 target II 10mm 6 inch

paul lauer
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Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 12:05 (134 days ago)

I found one of these locally for $859 plus tax. Does anyone have any experience with these. How accurate are they? quality issues etc? I know Kimber has a high price tag but at this price it is coming with in the realm of some of the Philippine guns.

personal opinion here. Kimber guns are good guns. They

Gary Reeder
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Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 12:55 (133 days ago) @ paul lauer

are not the best as some folks think. Remember high price tags don't always mean the best gun. But they are good guns. We have had several come in with feeding problems which normally means a good ramp and throat job. But for the money, that should have been done at the factory. The 10mm is basically a combat/hunting cartridge so don't expect Gold Cup 45 accuracy. You will hopefully reload for it to find the best load for that particular gun. All in all it should be a good all around gun but don't expect miracles.

Now that I have pissed off Kimber owners, that is my personal opinion based on the guns that have come thru the shop.

I have a Kimber and you didn't upset me.

IC
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Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 21:47 (133 days ago) @ Gary Reeder

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you are a hard man to upset Irv because you are open minded

Gary Reeder
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Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 22:11 (133 days ago) @ IC

and look at both sides of the coin.

6 Inch 10mm Not a series II

Stan George
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Thursday, July 12, 2018, 05:47 (132 days ago) @ paul lauer

We have a 6 inch 45 ACP and 10mm Kimber that are not series II guns. Means no firing pin safety. The 45 is around $850. The 10 is priced $200 higher than the 45. Haven't checked to see what cost was.

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