Am I missing something?
For what a decent 1911 costs, there should be no need for it to be sent out for work to make it "reliable."
If it gives you a warm fuzzy to send it out for "tuning," great, but it should not be a requirement for it to work correctly.
I think you're right; not to minimize what Cane says. But, I'm going to the range tomorrow with both my Kimbers. They've both been cleaned and lubed. I will try the Kimber mag and all three (for each gun) of the Tripp mags. That's a lot of ammo, but I have enough. Been stocking up.
Originally Posted by canebrake
Did you try Jim Clark Jr? He's one of the best. (and see answer below)
June 1, 2012
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