Travis Hall: I'm glad you posted this because when I got mine I saw how they said to use
that little paper clip that they call a tool to strip the gun. I couldn't
quite see the point and now that I watched your video and took my own gun
apart and put it back together and fired it a ton with no problems I really
don't see the point in that tool. The dummy that said you'll damage your
gun doing it this way is just that. A dummy.
JackMc012552: excellent...outstanding method. Easy and without that tool. Mine became
misplaced too. Thanks!
sublime187r: DO NOT TAKE YOUR PISTOL APART THE WAY THIS GUY SHOWS YOU TO!! This is not
the correct way and you can mess up your gun. There is a small tool that
looks like an Allen wrench that comes with the gun that is used to
correctly take it apart. This guy is a dumbass. Most of the other videos on
here show the correct way so check them out.
Stephanie Livsey: Awesome video, thank you! This is the fastest I've ever cleaned my gun and
made this incredibly easy :)) I lost my takedown tool and thought I was
going to have to buy a new one, but this made it even easier!
maestro8266: Contrary to what sublime187r says this guy is NOT a dumbass and taking your
gun down this way does not damage your gun. This is similar to the H&K45c
takedown. All the tool does is keep the spring compressed. As long as you
don't have bitch hands taking your gun down like this is very easy
especially after the recoil spring has been broken in. I have used this
method many times with zero issues.
k soisson: cool,The master
frankieboy1072002: good job with the video.
Firs Last: This was great! My UCII is brand new and I was able to follow this all the
way (no stupid paperclip-like tool). I haven't even put a single round
through it yet. I did find the 7 o'clock position for my spring to work
best so thanks for the tip.
luci734: my apologies, sounded sarcastic
fomoco13: Great video, works great!!! Just disassembled mine and put it back together
without the tool, not real smooth, but it is easily doable!!!
luci734: yea... not sure what that was all about. Seems to be working fine now.
luci734: @bigdaddyitalia22 The black finish is holding up good, a little wear and
tear as expected. You do need to keep up with regular lubrication because
it will rust from carrying it all the time. I would consider the stainless
version if I where to do it again. also, do yourself a favor and get the
upgraded sight for the gun. This gun kicks like a mule and good sights will
really help you with the follow up shot. Good luck!
MrFulenwider: Nice !!! I love Kimbers. A very elegant weapon.
luci734: ;/ Im sorry to hear that man, so whats next? what are you replacing the
luci734: ummhh... well, I can't say I've taken apart that model. Do the parts looks
similar? My only advice would be to fiddle around with the spring, keep
turning it around from one location to the next. The 5 o'clock positioned
spring works great for my gun... might not be the same for yours.
Davidautofull: Sorry guys, where have you been? the 1911 was made in 1911 and that was the
first time it was dissasembled without a tool. i bet everyone here uses
$25.00 per box 45 ammo. RELOAD.
luci734: your question was very vague.. what did you expect??
Logan tight cheeks Harris: @SteveK99Sub hey man dont mean to jack your question to the guy makin the
vid, buy I personally have shot this exact pistol, and to be honest, it is
an extremely fun gun to shoot, and as far as the recoil, I started with the
gun pointed at the target, and after the round fired, the pistol was
immediatly about a foot and a half above where it was. Still, a
terrifically fun gun to shoot, and easy to conceal
hoboboxerjoe: A PIECE OF ADVICE. When you are making an instructional video on how to
dissassemble a gun. DONT SKIP PARTS AND REFER PEOPLE TO THE MANUAL THEY MAY
OR MAY NOT HAVE. This is supposed to be an instructional video yet you skip
the slide take down part, which you cant even do the other crap without
that. Referring to the manual is ridiculous.
luci734: oh man, you opened up a BIG can of worms.. Carry the biggest caliber you
can. BUT keep in mind you need to conceal it, be comfortable wearing it,
and ACCURATELY use it. Depends on the situation, sometimes a .45 will do
and other times all you can bring to the party is a Ruger LCP .380
cspen: yeah, I've done it like that, but I'm worried about torque"ing" the guide
rod and/or springs if this method is used repeatedly. great for emergency
field strip; good to know that it can be done.
alwaysfaithful1110: anyone else having a lot of problems trying to get this video to play? I
keep getting the "an error occured, please try again later."
Bryan Carter: Just tried this on the ultra cdp 2. >than 250 rounds through her so she's
still "tight" and made it as far as, "push the spring assembly forward with
your thumb and it's gonna come up at an angle like this"...... lol and
that's where it's stuck at for the moment!!! Can't get her to move at the
moment. it appears tolerance between rod and bushing is so tight there's no
room for the rod to tilt far enough to come out. oh boy.... this is gonna
be fun lol
1bigZuki: +1 on this comment.
luci734: @Davidautofull Kimber started making this version a little more recent
grandpa. The manual shows no method of disassembling the handgun without a
tool. And it's $26.00 a box, get it right!
luci734: @SteveK99Sub the Kimber Super Carry Ultra is nice too! :D
Summerwav11: Yeah..lol...it is NOT that easy!! Trying to put that last piece in
themadscientist13: I hate you, you are smooth as heck popping that little thing out.
luci734: @bcarter1973 yea I had about 700rds before i first tried it. you might just
have to loosen her up like u said.
Phil Atencio: Why haven't you made another video? You can't just make one! Come on...
mdeezie1287: yeah i check out a lot of his videos for reviews and things...i actually
just bought a pro carry II this past weekend...so im gunna take that thing
out n put a couple hundred rounds through it....hopefully i like it!!
thanks for the help
luci734: @DRMS4LYFE I know... i should have showed that as well the more I think
about it. I wanted to focus on that spring assembly. too lazy to add it in
:/ thanks for watching
SpartanCombativesGrp: @kumadog286 You may want to consider a healthy breakfast, and do some
luci734: lol, thanks
g550: Thanks man, that's exactly what it was!
oldarmy57: Thank you for this outstanding video help me make up my mind about getting
one. will be picking up one Tuesday
Alexander Brusilovsky: That video is a bomb for those who put their paper clip tool on youtube.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>HaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHa<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Whata waste of time to
use that f*g clip if ya don't know tha way. Awesome,,, MAN A+
Alexander Brusilovsky: I am dissasembling my Kimber after watching this video for 14 seconds.
earlpressley: Now the UC2 have night sights. I looked at both the CDP2 and the UC2 and
they ARE the same gun. They take the UC2 and give it a carry melt,
different paint job, and a pretty grip...In my opinion, thats not worth the
extra 300 bucks. But, I guess 1100 is not a bad price to pay for a really
nice gun. My local gun dealer says to expect the CDP2 to be priced at 980,
if that's so, I'll be an owner of one. Kimbers are awesome guns though.
Local dealer says as soon as he displays, they are sold.
farley1911: Thanks for the reply. The parts look similar and the pistols should be
exactly the same as far as function, the CDP just has some extra frills
like checkering. I'm not sure the problem is the position of the spring,
because I can't get the assembly out. I got it out once, and haven't been
able to do it again. On your video the spring assembly just pops right out,
and mine doesn't even want to come out at all. Any insight?
luci734: thanks, ill keep that in mind
Dufustoo: Good info. I'll try it soon. I HATE the takedown tool. It's the ONLY thing
wrong with this pistol.
luci734: @summerwav11 A couple thousand more times and you'll get the hang of it :D
TacticalMedic7: Great video and sweet looking pistol
luci734: no problem, hope it helps
aabullet: Thanks again for the get video and shortcut. It came in handy for test
firing after getting my Ultra C/S back from KIMBER. After going back to the
factory CUSTOM SHOP( see my earlier post) thru the local seller, my Ultra
II CUSTOM SHOP still isn't reliable. Fails to eject and stove pipes
habitually. Glad to see most other Owners are pleased with their pistols.
Don't think I'll buy another Kimber, and I certainly can't count on this
gun for anything except for a conversation piece.
Mitch Brown: I dont know whats with all the morons posting on here that they cant figure
it out or you didn't explain it correctly. I did it in under 60 seconds...
Paul YouKnowMyNameNeuhaus: This worked for me on the 1st try, and this is my first 1911 that I've ever
owned! AWESOME! Thank you!
Stolte: damn i wished I watched this video before buying NDZ tear down tool. Thank
for the upload :)
dertyKurty: I just bought a 4" compact custom. Didn't come with a tool :/ i tried your
method. Didn't work.