So a while back I started a thread on 1911 myths I hate and of course the old BS generalization that 1911s are not “reliable” is one of my favorite ones to kill with actual proof. Just bought this Kimber Tactical Pro. As usual, my torture test of any 1911, or for that matter ANY semi auto I buy, is to fire a bunch of mags of mix and match ammo from my “leftovers” bucket. I randomly load different bullet weights, some +Ps, different bullet profiles etc. Of course as I mentioned on my original thread just about ALL issues with 1911s can be traced to crappy gun show mags. I only use modern premium mags on all my carry guns. Here is the gun, a typical mix of ammo and the first three mags I ran through it (3 different Wilson Combat mags). 7 yards, offhand, aimed fire about a second or less per shot. Yeah 1911s are unreliable... LMAO. I can’t remember the last time one of my guns failed this test. I ran a few hundred rounds of my SD ammo of choice for this gun without a hitch so she is now cleaned, loaded and ready to go out with me.