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Purchased my first Kimber (Stainless II) and 1911 for that matter. Always wanted one and was high bidder on a GunBroker auction. Just got it transferred to me on Tuesday and haven't gotten to the range yet. Any tips or advice for a newbie?
 

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Welcome the only advice I can give you is to bring a lot of rounds. because your going to have fun!!!!!
 

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Welcome. Enjoy your new toy.
 

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Welcome to the forum from northern Illinois OscarZ. Congratulations on the new Kimber, make sure you follow the instructions in the owners manual to clean and lube your new Kimber before heading off to the range.
 
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Welcome from Sunny Florida, though a little cold here today.
 

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we had frost last night kind of rear here
 

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Welcome to the group. As to prepping for the range, it's like washing your hair. Clean, shoot, repeat! :)
 

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Hello and welcome. As others have said, just shoot and clean and repeat. She'll start getting really smooth and loosen up around 150-200 rounds. Then it's gets fun. Be safe. Pics please.
 

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Hello and welcome. As others have said, just shoot and clean and repeat. She'll start getting really smooth and loosen up around 150-200 rounds. Then it's gets fun. Be safe. Pics please.
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I like green so the grips were one of the reasons this particular pistol caught my eye. I have been unable to find any other images on the internet of similar grips but know there must be others like them out there. Anyone else have these same grips on their Kimber?
 
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