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7 thoughts on “Kimber’s New Slide Serrations”

  1. Looks wise I pretty much hate it,would though be interested in trying it out in person,though,not interested enough to buy said firearm or mill a slide to find I also hated it in person.I would if any has/tries one interested in their thoughts as better/wrose/the same.

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  2. Looks wise I pretty much hate it,would though be interested in trying it out in person,though,not interested enough to buy said firearm or mill a slide to find I also hated it in person.I would if any has/tries one interested in their thoughts as better/worse/the same.

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  3. Visually, it has a nice look, which departs from how most pistols are finished today. Anything to set yourself apart…counts. Kimber makes a nice product, which this pistol and configuration, does well in conveying. I would buy one in 9mm.

    Nice job.

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  4. Story should be written something like:
    Kimber announces that a new slide serration that copies the namesake pattern of a magazine company, HexMags, and mirrors a budget firearm marker’s Gator pattern, Keltec.

    Notably and despite Kimber’s multiples-higher MSRP, both Keltec and Kimber firearms have equally-high rates of firearm failures, malfunctions, and factory return/repair rates.

    More at 11.

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