This is a discussion on KImber Spring assembly within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Well just slipped in my spare spring set for my Kimber after1500 rnds on the factory spring set. I've been looking for a another set ...
Well just slipped in my spare spring set for my Kimber after1500 rnds on the factory spring set.
I've been looking for a another set but cannot get one.
Kimber has been "out of Stock" for a good part of a year now on thier 3" spring assembly kit for the 45. They NEVER have any in stock.
Does anyone knwo of another vender or way to get another spring assembly set for this firearm? This is what I'm talking about:Kimber America Store > 3-inch Ultra recoil spring assembly for 45 ACP or 40 S&W models
I guess once this kit that I have is on the frits I'll just send it in and have them do it? I don't know....Ilike to have than extra set on hand.
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MidwayUSA - Kimber 1-Piece Full Length Recoil Spring Guide Rod with Recoil Spring and Recoil Spring Plug 1911 Kimber Ultra Carry Stainless Steel
MidwayUSA has them in stock. I had one on back order for 6 weeks and it arrived today.
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I get mine from Wolff!
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Just use Wolff springs, they are a little cheaper and I'm pretty sure that Kimber gets theirs from Wolff.
+1 for the Wolff springs! I have a Pro-Carry II that wouldn't run worth a darn with factory springs. Bought a set of Wolff's springs and it runs like a Swiss watch now.
Incidentally, the person I spoke with at Wolff told me that they make the springs used in Kimbers.
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