I’ve been following your tales of woe on the “Kimber Forum” reg. your SM. I notice you have changed your profile over there as to your location. I miss-spent a good deal of my youth in Santa Cruz. If I had not cut so many classes to go to the beach, I might not have wound up in Texas. Then again, our gun laws down here are a little more user friendly. Besides, I always liked a woman with a 1911 and an attitude. Hope Kimber gets things worked out for you.
[This message has been edited by rdavid (edited 09-04-2001).]
Hopefully my SM "woes" aren't boring you... These forums have been a great source of (pardon the pun) ammunition for me to collect (or should I say brass
) and send along with my SM. It seems as though my SM caught all the illnesses of the entire line of Kimber pistols
I am HOPING that when it is returned I can redeem myself amongst my fellow gunspeople (oh yeah, and have an awesome 1911). Most of them are Springfield die-hards and are enjoying every minute of my Kimber dismay. I am the ONLY person who competes with a Kimber...also the only (oh my gosh!) female who competes with a .45... impressed?
My location remains the same, I just made it more specific...since Hogue grips are made right here in lil 'ol Paso Robles. I spent some military time in San Antonio, TX and LOVED it there!
Sounds like ya better pay up on that fifty bucks!
I thought I was dreaming! You mean to tell me this is all reality! LOL
Argh...you have no idea how much I wish I could actually go up there!!!
"You musn't be afraid of people...I'm only a girl!"
Sniper & James P,
If y’all ever get down to Austin, I’ll buy you a good Tex-Mex dinner. That and a few Tequila shooters should absolve me of any debts I may have incurred.
Sniper, I do hope that Kimber gets all of your SM problems fixed. I have A CDP Pro with probably a thousand rounds through it. Also, a Custom Eclipse II with three to four hundred rounds fired. So far I have not had any problems (knock on wood). Maybe I’m just lucky; hopefully I’m not the exception.
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