Kimber USA Phone Number



 

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Kimber manufactures fine sporting firearms, better even than classics from the golden age of American gun-making.

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1-914-964-0771Ext. 264
 

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7/23/2016 Kimber USA - I have a Kimber Solo Carry , I have been having
I have a Kimber Solo Carry , I have been having failure to extract issues with many different types of 124 and 147 grain ammo. I use Sig sour ammo and ammo that the manufacture suggest. Each expended casing is showing signs of damage where the extract would be matting with the casing.
My assumption is this must be where the extractor has made contact with it during cycling. I have also tried to hand cycle the rounds threw the Solo manually with the same results being produced on the casing.
What or why is this happening? Is the extractor bad, or is something else going on. I know the gun has to be broken in but I cant image firing 700 rounds that jam each round. serial # S1199057

Michael Read More
9/8/2014 Kimber USA - Dear Kimber Customer Service,Last month while
Dear Kimber Customer Service,

Last month while home on vacation I purchased a Kimber Custom Shop Ultra CDP II and I would like to purchase Kimber Logo Gear and Accessories to reflect my product loyalty and pride.

However, your online site (weapons) is blocked over here in Afghanistan.

Can you send me a catalog (email or hard copy) in order for me to purchase logo polo shirts, coffee cups, hats, and the Crimson Redwood Laser Grip?

Also while at the range last month I put 100 rounds through my new handgun without problems but I kept shooting low and to the right. I figure it's me and not my gun. Can I adjust the sites to correct for my eye?

Thanks.

Paul
Camp KAIA Kabul, Afghanistan

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8/7/2014 Kimber USA - I have a Kimber Solo Carry STS, I have been having
I have a Kimber Solo Carry STS, I have been having failure to extract issues with many different types of 124 and 147 ammo. Each expended casing is showing signs of damage where the extract would be matting with the casing.
My assumption is this must be where the extractor has made contact with it during cycling. I have also tried to hand cycle the rounds threw the Solo manually with the same results being produced on the casing.
What or why is this happening? Is he extractor bad, or is something else going on?


ThomasRead More
1/31/2014 Kimber USA - I just purchased a new Crinson Trace Pro Carry 11
I just purchased a new Crinson Trace Pro Carry 11 and went to the range with three different reloads to see how this Pistol would perform. With the supplied Kimber magazine I had couldn't get off three rounds without a FTF. After numerous attempts I switched to my Les Baer magazines and ran through 60 rounds flawless. I concluded that my new Kimber magazine was at fault. On a positive note, the Pistol shot very well and the trigger was surprisingly good. The laser was awesome!

I called Kimber customer service and discussed the magazine feeding problem with Sergio. He said that I needed to buy another Kimber magazine and try it to confirm that I had a magazine problem not a Pistol problem. The fact that I ran 60 rounds without a hitch with Les Baer magazines didn't matter.

Completely baffled I later called Kimber customer service and spoke with Colton. Same story. Buy another Kimber magazine to confirm that the one I had was faulty.

Rather than buy another suspect Kimber magazine I purchased Four Wilson Combat ETM magazines. Back to the range with the Wilsons and ran five five shot groups through each magazine for a total of 100 rounds. Flawless feeding.

Hello Kimber... I hope that you are listening... This time last year I got rid of a new Kimber Gold Match that shot reasonably well but had a poor trigger. I did so because it was a hassle to send it back for evaluation and having a local gunsmith smooth it up would void the warranty. I ended up buying a Springfield Armory Trophy Match and a Les Baer Premier 11 that I'm very happy with.

I also have a Kimber Rimfire target with a lousy trigger but I'm gonna get it smoother out locally rather than sent it back to you for evaluation.

Hello Kimber...I hope that you are listening...You have a tremendous product line. But your attention to manufacturing excellence and customer service is severely lacking. There are many outstanding alternatives to a Kimber 1911. And your reluctance to do something a simple as replacing a magazine for a $ 1200 1911 has cost you a customer for life. On a positive note, you did replace the take down tool that somehow didn't get included with the gun.







GaryRead More
7/13/2012 Kimber USA - Dear Sirs,I purchased from the Italian shop Lugli
Dear Sirs,
I purchased from the Italian shop Lugli Giancarlo located in Mortizzuolo (MO) Italy a new Kimber Gran Raptor II serial number K330275.
I am usually shooting at 25 meters distance from target.
I am reloading the cartridge using a lead cast bullet of 200 gn SWC and several powders in the quantity suggested from manufacturer.
Using the above mentioned pistol with rear sight in the lower position the point where the bullet strike the target is too high comparing to the one aim at.
In order to have the possibility of adjustment, if you have not different suggestions, I think necessary to increase the high of front sight (Actually having a total high of about 5.5 mm measure from the base of the groove and 4,5 mm the external part of the groove printed MH3 on it).
I have calculated of about 2,5 mm corresponding to one tenth of inch the increasing of it.
Question is if is available a standard front sight as my necessity and if affirmative where is possible to buy it or I am obliged to manufacturer it in a private factory.
(PN: in the past I was used to shoot with my Kimber Classic Target serial number K059381 without the above mentioned problem).
Many thanks for your reply.
Best regards
Giordano Cantori
Italy

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2/13/2012 Kimber USA - i experience a shell blow out from my kimber
i experience a shell blow out from my kimber exclipse pro 11 cause by a overloaded cartridge which jammed the slide and crack both of my wooden eclipse grips, after removing the damage shell by poking a wooden rod through the barrel i was able to
finally move the slide back and continue firing the rest of my remaining 60 rounds with no jams....my question is except the damage wooden grips, do i need to worry about any other damages caused by this one time overloaded cartridge, especially with the frame and slide? or is the stainless steel material of both the frame and slide and the 4" bull barrel able to withstand that blow up? do i have to replace the extractor or ejector, ive notice nips on my shell casings after doing loading unloading drills to check if extractor was damage due to the blast, so far feeding and ejecting live rounds are good but ive notice nips on the rim of the cartridges...lastly can the stainless steel material of the eclipse pro11 be blued or black chromed? here in the philippines i dont think my local gunsmiths have the capabilities to do the original black matte oxide applications.....thanks

georgeRead More
9/5/2011 Kimber USA - I have a 45. cal. Kimber Stainless Pro Cary II
I have a 45. cal. Kimber Stainless Pro Cary II with black metal sights. I would like to convert to white dot night sights. What would it cost? If I decide to go ahead with this project do I send in the entire weapon or just the slide?

ErnieRead More
2/3/2011 Kimber USA - I would like to buy two Kimber 1911 pistols, one
I would like to buy two Kimber 1911 pistols, one for man (me) anf one for my wife.
We looked at a couple on Lorant's Sports Center in Shreveport, LA.
We are looking at the pistol that is light, has night beed sights, 45 ammo and
has the laser beam. I also would like to have one of your Kimber Pistol Catalogs.

SmokieRead More
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