Better still, why not invest $25 in sending the Kimber back to the factory and let them have a shot at correcting whatever problem you are having.Bushmasterguy said:I need help replacing my Piece of Sh!t Kimber. I want Glock Reliability and great accuracy. My price range is up to $1,000. Please let me know what fits this category.
Why not a Kimber?Bushmasterguy said:I need help replacing my Kimber. I want Glock Reliability and great accuracy. My price range is up to $1,000. Please let me know what fits this category.
Bushmasterguy said:JIM V, I am not here to start an argument, if you would have taken the time to review my OBJECTIVE post I have had quantitive issues with my Kimber. Are you saying users of the forum can't post truthful and real life experience posts on this forum? I am posting my issues with the Kimber and my actions I am going to take. What is wrong with that?
I totally understand your position and I'd be really POed also. We just don't want your post to degenerate into something that we'd need to lock. Personally I'm really interested in whether Kimber makes it right or not.Bushmasterguy said:No disrespect Tom. I am really having a bad time with my Kimber. I have sent it back twice and I am still having problems with it. Multiple FTE and FTF's.
That is not the way it should be for a gun you pay $1,000 for.
Truly I am looking for user feedback on a more reliable brand than Kimber.