I've had a Custom II Kimber for quite awhile, but never really messed around with it all that much. Spent the last year or so with Glocks, SIGs, and M&Ps. So, today I took it out and ran through some sets, rather than stand and shoot for groups.
My, what I've been missing.
Either I had an exceptional day, or that gun was made to shoot. It wasn't so much that all rounds landed where they should, it was how close they were. I had set up three targets and ran failure drills, three mags with three rounds each. Reload between targets. Then reload mags and repeat. I swear, each run hit where the previous run hit. Unreal.
I've always had respect for a 1911, but just hadn't put mine through the paces. I guess I just took a big swing in a different direction. In fact, I'll have to offload a new Glock 22 to snag a Colt Commander that I got a line on. If this Colt runs like the Kimber, and I'm sure it will, it'll find itself in a Versa Max on my belt.
I see a lot of hot 45 brass in my future.