Posted 27 February 2010 - 09:37 AM
i have 2 kimbers. a 1997 custom classic and a 1998 custom compact.the first run when they came with nylon triggers. they both have ramped barrelsand both are throated and polished. i have run a limited amount of 200 grain flying ashcans through both years ago and i remember themfeeding fine. you need to keep a firm grip to utilize the recoil so they cycle.no limp wristing. ALSO- NO CHEAP MAGS. i use wilson combat and chip mcormick.i've also run a lot of cheap steel case wolf ammo through them with out problems.then again i don't own one single auto pistol thats not tuned in some way.the first thing to do with any 1911 is throat and polish IMO.
weapons are nothing but tools to be used properly. like any other tool.