So I bought a new Kimber Montana .325 a few weeks ago. Took it on a twelve day gnarly walkin sheep hunt. Brush bustin, creek crawling, crag climbing, rock slide sheep country, etc. Killed my ram, my buddies gun jammed so I handed him the Kimber and he shot his ram with it also. Great way to break in a new gun! The gun took a beatin well except on the very front of the stock ahead of the sling mount on the round part I noticed a hole about 1/16 of an inch or a little larger. It revealed a small cavity in the stock, like there was a bubble during casting or something. The hole has now chipped away a little than an 1/8 inch. I called Kimber and talked to Winslow. He didn't even hesitate or question me about it. He said "we'll replace it". Just like that. I told him I'd email him pics and he said "okay, if you want". Bottom line is he said send it back when you are ready. So, after moose hunting I'll mail them the stock and he'll mail a new one. I could ship the whole rifle if I want. But the Montana stocks are all consistent as far as fit he said because of the molding process. Computer generated instead of one stock made and then a reverse mold made, etc. This way I don't have to ship the whole rifle and deal with the feds, etc.
Anyway, kudos to Kimber!