Went to the range today. I took my EDC - my Kimber Ultra CDP II (9mm) and my home defense handgun - a Sig P226, also in 9mm. I took along 200 rounds of Blazer Brass ammo and my Speer Gold Dot SD ammo.
When I first got my Kimber, I worked it in according to directions, and after a few FTFs, in the first couple hundred rounds, it started running like a top after I had put 500 rounds down range, along with 50 SD loads. I made it my EDC at that point. When I go to the range, I usually put 150 rounds of ball ammo through the Kimber and fifty through the SIG. The P226 has always been a flawless shooter, and so I feel the ammo is better spent going through the Kimber.
After shooting 20 Gold Dots from the Kimber, I proceeded to work through my regular 150 rounds of practice ammo. Today, I had two FTFs in consecutive magazines after shooting about 120 rounds down range. They were both the second cartridge in the stack. After dropping the magazine and reinserting it, I was able to fire off the rest of the magazine with no problems.
I am a little concerned. Should I simply continue to fire ammo through it to loosen it up, or is it time to have someone look at it?
I really like the Kimber, and it is scary accurate - even at a distance. Ideas?