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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by glocknut, Jan 25, 2010.
Gn a good trademan doesn't blame his tools for crappy work.
When I bought my kimber I was told it would take 500 rounds to get it broke in.
I have a Kimber Ultra CDP II, 3" barrel in .45 ACP. It's so damn accurate that I can destroy the X-Ring out to 15 yards without any difficulty whatsoever.
Most accurate pistol I own. Better than my Glock 23, Colt 1911, S&W 686, Sig P220, and more.
I'm 60+ and have some vision problems too. I can't imagine a need for a more accurate gun than that unless I competed with it.
Just my two cents.
I would be reminded everytime I got it in...
what I remember the acronym stood for....
it would drive me nuts, er.. make that "nuttier"...
All I know is my Kimber 7mm.08 rifle is one of the most accurate hunting rifles I've ever known. No offense, Big Ugly, but once you've shot one of those "flashy, high dollar toys," it's pretty hard to go back to riding in a Buick! There is a huge difference in how those toys shoot and that kind of accuracy is addicting. It's damn fun to hit what you are aiming at consistently and to know that every time you miss, it's you that screwed up, not the toy. Shooting 1/4 inch groups at 50 yards with my Anschutz is a hell of a lot more fun than plinking with a Ruger 10/22! I'm thinking my "flashy, high dollar toys" are worth every penny I paid for them. If I'd only known the difference, I'd have gotten my greedy little fingers on some when I was younger and capable of shooting the hairs off a spider's legs one by one!
I can do that with an LCP and my eyes closed and it only cost 3 bills!
Yes, im sure it "will" take a few hundred rounds to break them in.......