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Greetings all,

Had a couple questions. I've been shooting a Stainless Target II in 38 Super. I've been using .355 bullets and just order some .356 which are "true" 38 Super bullets. I haven't had any problems with the others, but wondered if anybody had any thoughts regarding any performance differences between the two.

Also, when should I change the spring in my gun? I haven't had any failures of any kind so far and probably have between 4 and 5,000 rounds through the gun, although I haven't counted.

I must say I love this Kimber. It shoots great and never fails me regardless of the ammo I use.

Thanks,
john
 

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I believe most will say to change you recoil spring around 1000 rounds. For $5 it is cheap insurance.
 
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