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I'm still in the break-in period following the exact manufacturers recommendations. I've put about 300 rounds through this 1911 and every single one of them have cycled flawlessly, using mostly Magtech 230 gr FMJ rounds (they're cheap for breaking in) but also about 50-75 rounds of Remington Golden Saber 230 gr JHP which would serve as my defense ammo. After properly broken in, this will serve as my CCW. Fit and finish are immaculate, this is just as much eye candy as it is a useful and reliable tool. 3" 1911s don't come from the factory any prettier than this. Just understand the odd complication when field stripping this model with the weird paperclip rod tool. If you do a Google search for "1911 Kimber Tools" you'll be led to a YouTube video showing a semi-circled plastic tube that snaps into place to allow for scratch-free take-down, there is also a link from there (I don't want to violate any BudsGunShop rules (they do NOT carry this item here)). There are also brass ones available if you search for "1911ultratool", but it's 3 times the cost of the plastic models that work just as well.