I'm sure you can unload them some where. My goldmatch could use some replacement parts. Email me if you can't cancel the order at [email protected] I may help lighten your load if you have some of the things I'm looking for. good luck to you! Congratulations on the WilsonI've got all kinds of tool steel parts on the way from Brownells that I ordered when I planned on keeping the Kimber. I wonder what their policy is on returns?
“Every Super Match pistol is tested for accuracy and is guaranteed to have
shot a fifty-yard group measuring three inches or less. The actual test target is packaged with each pistol.”
“Each Super Match is guaranteed to have shot a fifty-yard group of less than three inches.”
In my opinion, this is blatant false advertisement. An explanation from Kimber for the discrepancy is Kimber implements a “mathematical equation” to justify the twenty-five versus fifty-yard target. That is completely unacceptable and I would like to request an actual fifty-yard target with a group measuring less than three inches, shot from my pistol, and returned with it. I would hope and expect that Kimber can accommodate this request."“Tested for accuracy, the Super Match must shoot a fifty-yard group measuring less than three inches, and the test target is packaged with each pistol.”
Differences: a) The price and; b) which one has less FTF, FTEs etc, etc.Originally posted by DoubleD:
Other then the cosmetic aspects I'm not clear on the functional and accuracy difereences between the Gold Match and Super Match. They both claim to have match grade barrels and triggers. What am I missing?