Kendall Anthony Smith: Nice job on this video. Thanks...
J Juan: The best I've seen. Excellent job.
michael l: where can I get them take down tools?
Sohaib Mehkri: Fantastic video- explained everything thoroughly and professionally. Used
this to disassemble a Super Carry Pro which is slightly different.
Thanks a lot!
cabronsaim: The best made "how to" video I've seen in a while. Great job sir!
CHeartlyR: love the video :)
Hank Powell: Very well done, you make it all look easy! I'm a new Kimber owner and like
the video very much.
Bruce Haikey: Thank you sir. I am a new owner and was glad to see how you take down and
reassemble a Kimber. Great job!
butcherbob880: Thanks for posting.Maid my life better.
Daniel Will: Where did you find your take down kit? I thought it would wonderful for
erik8466: well done sir i have a lot of experience disassembling 1911 bull barrel and
otherwise but your procedures are excemptional you could be a instructor
for gun smithing school good job
tj0002: how do I get that very useful tool for removing the recoil spring for my
master carry pro ?
aaronddawg: Where do you get those tools?
brucem1946: Excellent video. I couldn't remove the firing pin as my other 1911 pistols
don't have the firing pin block button. The video madre the procedure very
clear. A nice feature as I have chased my other firing pins across the room
Darren Haddock: Great tutorial!!!
PatsRaw275: Great video, clear and concise... Excellent tutorial!
Ajay Shah: Great video! Where did you get the tools from?
Robert Erwin: Very helpful,thank's
JRBTOOL: @thegizmoguy1 Maybe sometime I will, right now I think Danielp59's channel
has it covered the best I’ve found.
joe67usmc1: Excellent job in explaining this. I like the pace you used to presented
this material. I just purchased the TLE/RL II and I needed to field strip
her down before hitting the range. Very helpful!! Thanks!
tnshootingtimes: where did you get the white plastic tool for the guide rod and spring? i
desperatly need one of those. i have tried several things to use to
breakdown the damn rod and nothing seems to work NEAR as good as yours.
JRBTOOL: I have a small mill and lathe in the garage and I’ve spent the last 24
years in the same Tool&Gage/Die&Mold shop and another 11 in other shops
before that. Send me an email if your interested in one.
Life's A Game: So I just bought this gun today. It's my first 1911. After I rack the slide
and the hammer is back (empty) how do I release the hammer back into place
without dry firing?
Papabrounch: Have you had any feed problems with different ammo? Shot my friend's pro
carry and it failed to cycle 4/5 kinds of off the shelf .45.
gmelotto1: I ordered the tool kit on your recommendation. Thanks for the video!
JRBTOOL: I added a link to the description below the video, if it doesn’t work a “
1911 Tools, Kimber Pro, Compact, Ultra Models, Others? “ search on eBay
should bring it right up. Sorry I should have done that a long time ago,
thanks for the reminder.
Wire Nut: very nice field strip guide, many thanks.
Raider Fan: Excellent video, very nicely explained. The best I have seen.
JRBTOOL: I’ve been lucky with mine, any more I run reloads of all types of range
brass. 1911forum..com is a good spot to surf through and ask questions.
Norman Chang: thanks!!
profile247: JB, have you changed your main spring on that kimber yet? I saw in the
manual that it's also supposed to be replace in the same time frame as the
firing pin spring.
TheTidelpool: Thanks for the video I recently purchased this firearm and needed to know
how to break it down. Now I need a video on breaking down the frame/
trigger mech. I have time though New York is not a handgun friendly state
and the permit process is just that a long process. Redneck stuck in New
CastleCaveat9: excellent presentation!!
JRBTOOL: @RYANUSCG1977 Thanks, after watching probably the same videos you’ve
searched through and seeing slides poked at with screwdrivers and cleaning
rods, and magazine followers grabbed with needle nose pliers, it all became
like finger nails on a chalk board, I mean “ OH PLEASE DON’T DO THAT”. And
still, there is nothing easier than the L shaped heavy stainless wire take
down tool. I finally broke down and bought a new camera to try my hand at
this You Tube video thing. Thanks again and be safe.
ElTigreador: Subscribed. Thank you for this takedown. I thank you for the additional
comments on where I need to be careful, heavy spring tension etc. or to
engage the safety. I have cleaned many shotguns, but would like to see how
you would clean/oil this weapon. Thank you.
Dennis0754: Can You tell me where to buy the tool you are using to remove the spring
from the guide rod ??? and what it is called ???
meetmeinthealley: Just picked up my first Kimber and this video is great! I enjoyed it so
much I purchased your take down tool kit from e-bay. Works great! I did
however have to switch videos to see how to properly clean and lube it,
then come back for re-assembling. Thanks again!
Peter Herrmann: Excellent video. Thanks for taking the time to educate others.
Kelly Goldston: How did you make the magazine pad? Great video!
jkc0122: I recived the tool from ebay. worked great. got a magazine spring and
follower from TRIPP used the tool to replace the Kimber spring and
follower, the tools made the task easy. i wish Kimber would offer this tool
set and a copy of your video, it far does a better job them the owners book
that came with the new gun. thanks for posting the video.
RYANUSCG1977: Great Video JRBTOOL!!!....I've been surfin YouTube for a good 1911
dis-assembly video, and this is by far the Best...Excellent Job!!!
James Jones: If not for this video to come back to when I need the tutorial? I would
have turned my 900$ firearm into a piece of garbage. Thank you JRBTOOL for
people like you are why I think youtube is my all time favorite teacher.
edukder: You are most welcome. A good effort deserves to be acknowledged! If you
ever decide to make a video for beginners on how to properly clean and oil
this weapon it would be most appreciated.
JRBTOOL: Click the show more tab on the upload comment below the video.
Izzey23: Where do you get the plastic tool used to take the spring apart?
22896pv: Good job on the take-down video...nice and easy to follow.
JRBTOOL: Click the show more tab on the upload comment below the video for contact
kuze32: I found an old listing of the tool kit, is it not sold anymore? I want one
of these just purchased this weapon and it would be nice to have
RYANUSCG1977: JRBTOOL, I've been doing some research and I have looked at several 1911's
at some local shops...how do you like the Kimber?...I work with a guy who
owns one and loves it....just curious how it compares to other
1911's...Your opinion? Regards, Ryan P.S. Great job on the nomenclature as
TheShermandale: Nice video. I'm thinking about getting one.