Originally Posted by MinervaDoe
I just ordered a Kimber Custom Target II and I've heard that it's internal parts are of a lower quality than they used to be.
I intend to put 500 rounds through the gun as it is.
Then, I'll probably swap out the sear, the connector, the slide release, and the mainspring housing for some harder parts.
What do you guys think?
Is this a waste of time and money?
If it ain't broke don't fix it?
Are there any other parts that you would swap?
Kimber has always used low quality MIM parts. You would have been better off buy purchasing a 1911 that is quality to begin with. OBTW, there is nothing "custom" about your custom target II.