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Old 12-31-2012, 02:27 PM   #3138
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Originally Posted by rockymtnchief View Post
It's pretty common in 3" barreled .45's for jamming to happen because of a less than firm grip. A lot of energy is sent out of the barrel instead of to the slide. If a firm grip isn't used even more energy is absorbed by the shooter taking even more energy away from the slide and resulting in failure to eject jams.

I got my 3" Kimber dirt cheap because a woman I knew was having this trouble. Every 2nd or 3rd round jammed. I shot it 3 years without any trouble and without any mods/adjustments.
WV and you explained it way better.
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