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Sent my Stainless back to the factory after a friend of mine had it double on him twice in 50 rounds. They turned it around and had it back to me within 4 business days.

First off, they marked it as "can not duplicate condition". We had suspected that my friend was hammering the trigger weird to cause this to happen. The report from Kimber appears to confirm this, although I'm still a little suspicious. They also replaced the grip safety - as a precaution I suspect.

In any case, the last item on the worksheet was "trigger group, adjusted". You'll have to excuse my ignorance - but what does this mean?
 

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Also - on the worksheet they checked off "Test Fired - No Malfunction". How many rounds do they typically put through the gun to determine there was no malfunction? 100? More? Less?
 
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