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    chiefs50

    Recently Purchased 1911A1

    I'm still trying to figure out why this pistol gets no love, especially when folks seem to sing the praises of Philippine-made, and other "second

    chiefs50 Today, 16:23 Go to last post
    niemi24s

    Kimber ejector pin

    Sorry, misunderstood the question. Thought you had the gun in question in front of you. As far as the current Kimbers - I've no idea.

    niemi24s Today, 13:39 Go to last post
    gonetocamp

    Kimber ejector pin

    niemi24s

    I agree - the one in my "Series 1" Custom Classic has a roll pin but I don't know what they come with today.

    gonetocamp Today, 12:17 Go to last post
    Nick M

    What holster do you all use

    I'm not in Arizona, but I have an Uncle Mike's kydex holster with belt loops. I don't like the paddle holster attachment. For daily, I just switched from

    Nick M Today, 10:10 Go to last post
    niemi24s

    Kimber ejector pin

    No need to wait for an answer. See for yourself. Dowel pins are solid and have no central hole. Spring pins (whether coiled of slotted) have a central

    niemi24s Today, 10:03 Go to last post



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