I have an ultra crimson carry II in .45acp I bought almost new about a year ago (well, the guy I bought it from said he had only put 20 rounds thru it...close enough to new)
It is the most accurate (even without the laser) handgun I have ever owned. I shoot cans at 50 yards with almost 100% accuracy.
but I have a problem (I can hear the "he is a woos" comments already)
I am 62 years old, and have a lot of arthritis in my hands. while shooting in no problem (I have over 600 rounds through it now and clean/oil after every shoot).
BUT, I am having the dammdest time trying to simply pull the slide back to jack in a round after reloading a fresh clip.
either it slips out of my hand (a rubber grip would be nice) or I have to switch hands and use my right hand to pull back the slide.
Is there anything I can do to help with this????? I own a ton of other guns (I am a dealer) but nothing is a hard to pull as this kimber slide.
(apply a rubber or something to the slide...reduce the main spring tension...any ideas?) is this a problem anybody else faces?