For Sale Kimber 84L Classic 270 Winchester ANIB

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  1. neckdeep

    neckdeep AH Enthusiast

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    I think this gun has only been test fired at the factory, I can't find a mark on it anywhere. Copy and pasted all info I could find. Very nice little rifle. $935 shipped with box and all papers

    Calibers: .270 Win.
    Features:
    • Model 84L rifles feature both pillar and glass bedding.
    • Model 84L rifles with wood stocks have a floorplate release button inside the trigger bow.
    • Standard calibers have 24-inch barrels. Magnum calibers have 26-inch barrels.
    • Barrels, chambers and triggers are all match grade.
    • Scopes with shorter tubes may require the use of extended rings or bases.
    Specifications: Approximate Weight: 7lbs. Overall Length (inches): 44.50
    Stock: Material: A walnut
    Coverage: Panel
    Checkering: 20 lines per inch
    Finish: Hand-rubbed oil
    Sling swivel studs
    Recoil pad (black) thickness (inches): 1.0
    Pacmayr Decelerator
    Steel grip cap
    Length of pull: 13.75
    Drop at heel: 0.54 inches
    Drop at comb: 0.43 inches
    Barrel: Material: Steel
    Contour: Sporter
    Length: 24.00 inches
    Custom sporter contour
    Finish: Matte blue
    Twist rate (right hand): 10
    Grooves: 6
    Match grade chamber
    Action: Full length Mauser claw extractor
    Material: Steel
    Finish: Matte blue
    Front locking repeater
    Mauser claw extractor
    Magazine capacity: 5
    Pillar bedding
    Glass bedding
    3-position Model 70-type safety
    Trigger: Adjustable Trigger
    Factory setting (pull) pounds: 3.5-4.0

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    whatjeffhunts AH Member

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    Ive been looking at a winchester 70 sporter .270, but this kimber is a gorgeous rifle at a great price.
     

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    this is better than a winchester 70 im my opinion
     

  4. neckdeep

    neckdeep AH Enthusiast

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    It’s a pretty nice rig, action is super smooth
     

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    Would be a great rifle to convert to 9.3x62....
     

  6. neckdeep

    neckdeep AH Enthusiast

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    No need to convert, I have a 9.3 x 62 that I will list after this one sells.
     

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    Do tell....
     

  8. neckdeep

    neckdeep AH Enthusiast

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    Factory CZ 550, I purchased the upgraded one on here and don't need 2, for now at least
     

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    Yes, but this Kimber would make a geat 9.3. Lightweight and very smooth action.
     

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    neckdeep AH Enthusiast

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    sorry, yes it would
     

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    neckdeep AH Enthusiast

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    Beautiful little rifle in perfect condition
     

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    Ridgewalker AH ENABLER LIFETIME BRONZE BENEFACTOR AH Legend

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    Kimber says this is 6 lb 2 oz. It would make an excellent mountain rifle for sheep, goat, deer or elk in the Rocky Mountains. Wish I needed one, except I’d just beat up this beauty!
     

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    neckdeep AH Enthusiast

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    5.8# or roughly 5# 13 ounces is what this one weighs, both the Win Model 70 and this Kimber are great rifle's, Kimber is quite a bit lighter.
     

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    Very nice looking rifle. Really like my 84 Montana
     

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