Originally Posted by marksman957
I spoke with someone at the gun shop and he said it could be a mag failure, however, he also said it is too early to say. He said you must run 500 rounds through the Kimber before evaluating. He said Kimber is built to such high tolerance that it will take that many firings to get the gun broken in. If it is still failing to feed after that take a closer look.
I have a Kimber Pro I bought a couple of years ago, first 1911 I bought or ever shot. Had a couple of stove pipes early, but once I stopped limp wristing, the gun started working. I have used Kimber mags, Springfield, Triple K and some Tripps. I did not wait 500 rounds to run HP either. If the gun does not run, somethin' ain't right.