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Greetings. Newbie to forum . Have a classic target 2 . Anyone know of any problems w these pistols . The factory rear sight is very sharp (shirt and finger slicer) . Are there any good adjustable sights available as I understand many will not work on kimber . Should this gun feed hollow points reliably ? Thanks .
 

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Greetings. Newbie to forum . Have a classic target 2 . Anyone know of any problems w these pistols . The factory rear sight is very sharp (shirt and finger slicer) . Are there any good adjustable sights available as I understand many will not work on kimber . Should this gun feed hollow points reliably ? Thanks .
Welcome to the forum from Ohio! Read your owners manual, follow the cleaning and break in instructions, and your Kimber will give you many years of reliable service.
 

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Welcome to the forum from northern Illinois p99luvr.
 

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Welcome to the forum.

Personally, I don't think I'd try to carry a 1911 with adjustable rear sights. Too much snag potential. YMMV.

Enjoy and be safe.
 

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Welcome to the forum from Ky. There are all kinds of sights out there that have mounts made for Kimber. I just had my gun smith install some Heinie Straight Eight Trijicon's with a cocking shoulder on my Pro Carry. I'm pretty happy with them.
 

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Yes its a two tone . Since its a target model figure on trying to find some ( dehorned) adjustable sights . Are the Heine sites adj.? Have only fired hardball through her . I'm uncertain if it will feed hollow points reliably , being a target model ? Anyone have experience with the classic target ?
 
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