Kimber USA

1-914-964-0771

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

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  1. 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

  2. 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?

  3. 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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