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Old 04-20-2017, 11:52 PM   #1
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Kimber 84L Classic Select "French Wood" .270

I have a NIB Kimber 84L Classic Select .270 that needs a new home. I have too many rifles so going to adopt this one out.

Purchased as a package deal with scope, which was never sighted in. Had a buddy who needed the scope last hunting season, so made him a deal on that. So, now I'm including Bases and a Leupold Ring set for $,1060 shipped & insured, on this unfired Kimber Classic!

The stock is stunning; French Walnut, black ebony forearm tip, hand cut checkering(20 lines/inch), steel grip cap, sling swivel studs, hand rubbed oil finish, 1-inch Pachmayr Decelerator Recoil Pad, Pillar & Glass Bedded.
Barrel is Match Grade Steel in Matte Blue and trigger is adjustable with a Mauser Claw extractor.

I understand Kimber tests them to sub MOA prior to shipping. I'm sad to not shoot this one, but like I said...I have too many rifle's right now.

Matching Box, and rings/bases included. There is one rub from safe storage on the bottom side barrel about 1/2 down from barrel tip. A split pea would cover it...however, I'll mention it in the sake of full disclosure. Manual has disappeared, just call Kimber and they send a new one-

I can email pictures more pic's if you need them...these 2 have show it with scope mounted...which again, the scope is not included-

I have 94 A+ ratings on GunBroker, and probably 20 on the S&W Forum, all under the user name Ldogmiller-

Please pm/email me thru Kimbertalk and we can exchange numbers if you need to talk live.

Thanks,

Larry

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Old 04-21-2017, 12:00 AM   #2
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Nice looking rifle! I probably would consider it if the bolt were on the left.
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Great looking rifle, I bet it is super accurate. I wish it was like a .308 to compliment a couple other rifles in that caliber that I already own.
The .270 around here can be a great deer rifle but I don't hunt anymore.
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Beautiful rifle. I thought the cap was ebony.
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Gmountain...you are correct...the tip is ebony...my bad, I'll fix the post with better details! Thanks
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