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    Hi! This is my 1st post here.
    I have a Kimber "Ultra Carry II" that I dearly love
    until it's time to field strip it for cleaning.
    As many of you know, it's kind of a pain in the rump
    to deassemble(at least compared to a 1911 with a bushing)
    Does anybody make a small carry style 1911 .45 that is
    easier to disassemble than the Kimber?
    Thanx!

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    I have always found that 1911s w/ bull barrels were much easier to disassemble - no bushing.

    U just put a tiny piece of a clipped paperclip into a guiderod hole, then putt out the slide stop. Super easy.

    I think Kimber makes some compacts w/ bull barrels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exs4
    Hi! This is my 1st post here.
    I have a Kimber "Ultra Carry II" that I dearly love
    until it's time to field strip it for cleaning.
    As many of you know, it's kind of a pain in the rump
    to deassemble(at least compared to a 1911 with a bushing)
    Does anybody make a small carry style 1911 .45 that is
    easier to disassemble than the Kimber?
    Thanx!
    I have the Kimber Ultra CDP and love it. It takes about 15 seconds to field strip it.

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    Easier

    As time goes by it becomes second nature and no fuss at all with the ultra carry--the pro and compacts by KIMBER have the same take down system--at worst , just bend the end of a paper clip.

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    +1 on the paperclip. I have a handfull of the little 'tools' made up floating around in my range bag and cleaning kit....

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    A paperclip? I have 3 Kimbers a 4" ,a 5" and a German Shepard with the same name. I dont need a paper clip to take down any of em.. Wahchatalkinbout?

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    Well I cant say about the 4" and 5" kimbers but you dont get the recoil spring assembly or barrel out of the slide on the ultras w/o the takedown tool or a paperclip.
    (at least not w/o risking damage....)

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    Hmmmm. Neither of my shorties require anything. Maybe Colt and Charles Daley do things different.
    Gimmie a photo or two. I might learn somethin I didnt know. I'm into that.

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    Talking Paper clip

    John Moses Browning didnt have a paper clip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moses
    John Moses Browning didnt have a paper clip!
    I also don't believe he ever designed a bull barrel.

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