I have a Kimber Ultra Carry Eclipse. It's a great gun and shoots very nice. BUT, I'm running into the usual feeding hollow point issues. The gun does not like gold dots at all. I currently have a few boxes of Critical Defense which although I've never shot them yet, they seem to feed very well when I chamber and eject a round. It's a very smooth feed. I haven't shot them yet because the only range close to me doesn't allow outside ammunition, and their store is always sold out of almost all .45 ammo.
My real question is....I've been reading into it on this site and have found many claims of the Wilson Combat mags are a very good fix for the typical 1911 feeding issues. I just wanted to clarify if this was in fact true. It seems it would be because the Kimber mags do have a bit of play in them, enough so where gold dots don't even catch the feed ramp. It's only an 1/8th inch of play but I think that is enough to create an issue. Do the Wilson Combat mags get rid of the play in the mags, or is the spring stiffer to get the hollow point to not catch on the bottom of the feed ramp?
Sorry if this topic has been beaten to death but the info is spotty and could find a definite specific answer.