I had a problem awhile back with my Kimber Classic .22lr mis-fireing. I posted on here and received excellent advice about cleaning inside the bolt. I did that and thought I had the problem solved. I fired a couple of shells here at the house that day and it had no problem at all.
Yesterday I took it squirrel hunting and again...it won't shoot. It seems to be hitting the firing pin pretty good but I guess just not hard enough, either that or it don't like squirrel hunting
I have another Kimber..the H/S model and am thinking about switching firing pins and springs between the two just to see if this is the problem. I'm sure they are the same action just different barrel and stock. Of course I would compare the 2 side by side before actually doing this. Also I could tell the folks at Kimber and maybe it would help in getting it fixed. Any suggestion on doing this or if it's not a good idea, PLEASE let me know. Thanks, Keith