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Just purchased the Kimber Custom II gfo (green front optic) from my local shop, which is their entry level offering. The trigger has a little mush, almost like it is rubbing right before the break. This makes it feel not so crisp to me. It sticks a little on reset and the reset seems quite long (about 1/8")
For all you kimber owners, does this sound accurate for a new pistol?

Should I take apart and polish before shooting or should I fire a few hundred rounds first and see how it feels after that?

The only thing I have to compare it to is my Wilson Combat EDC X9l, which has the smoothest trigger I have ever personally touched. I know this is not a fair comparison, so please let me know your thoughts!
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I cleaned off factory lube, re-lubed with wilson combat ultra lube, and then dry fired it a couple hundred times. Seems to have loosened a bit. I plan on taking it tonthe range this Saturday. The brake seems pretty clean, but the reset seems a bit longer than I would like. I will see how it feels after about 250 round are put through it.
 
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