Miscellaneous

How do you disassemble a Kimber pro carry?

How do you disassemble a Kimber pro carry?

Push the Slide Lock Lever from the Opposite Side of the Gun and pull it out the Front. Pull the Slide off the Front of the Gun Frame. Place the Slide Upside Down and Remove the Guide Rod, Recoil Spring and Barrel. Kimber Pro Carry II Completed disassembly.

How do you remove slide from Kimber 1911?

Line up the notch in the slide with the end of the slide stop lever. Press on the other side of the slide stop lever pin on the opposite side of the gun frame. It will start to come out of the gun. Grasp the lever and remove it from the frame. Now the slide can be remove by sliding it off of the front of the frame of the gun.

What do you call a Kimber take down tool?

It is called a “take down” tool and it is basically a bent piece of steel resembling a small allen key. If you do not have one, a paper clip will work, but be sure you bend it the same way as the tool so it fits properly. I do recommend getting the tool Kimber Take Down Tool Here if you don’t have it.

What’s the difference between a 1911 and a Kimber?

The bull barrel is a different design form a standard 1911 in that it does not use a barrel bushing to hold it firmly in the slide. The following Kimber models all disassemble the same way: The guide rod and recoil spring assembly is a little different on the Kimber Ultra pistols, but the disassembly steps are the same.

How do you remove a slide from a Kimber 1911?

Line up the notch in the slide with the Slide lock lever as shown. Press on the slide Lock lever pin on the opposite side of the gun to start pushing it up enough to grab it. Remove the slide lock Lever and set it aside. Remove the slide by pulling it off the front of the frame.

Can You field strip a Kimber 1911 barrel?

This 1911 disassembly reassembly field strip procedure will not work for a Kimber model with a “bull barrel”. Most of the 4″ 1911 Models use a different design to lock the barrel to the slide. If you have the 4″ model, see my article Cleaning a Kimber 1911 Pro Carry. or Kimber Pro Carry II Disassembly.