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Hi, I purchased a Kimber Model 82 in .22 Magnum today, it has a Leupold Vari-x III 2.5x8 scope and the barrel is marked " KIMBER of Oregon, INC, CLACKAMAS OREGON, USA.. The serial # is M24xx. Can anyone tell when this rifle was built? Any info would be greatly appreciated. This is my 1st Kimber rifle and its a beauty. I have owned many Kimber handguns and carry a Kimber today.
 

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Welcome to the forum from Northern Illinois dcsprings. Congratulations on the purchase of your model 82, your best bet to finding out when your rifle was built would be to call Kimbers customer service.

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This information provided by you is very constructive for correct planning. I like your work for providing information to the other.

Another damn bot reply, it would be nice if we could get an admin to look into this problem but I doubt that's going to happen.
 

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Hi, I purchased a Kimber Model 82 in .22 Magnum today, it has a Leupold Vari-x III 2.5x8 scope and the barrel is marked " KIMBER of Oregon, INC, CLACKAMAS OREGON, USA.. The serial # is M24xx. Can anyone tell when this rifle was built? Any info would be greatly appreciated. This is my 1st Kimber rifle and its a beauty. I have owned many Kimber handguns and carry a Kimber today.
I have a model 82 .22 lr that's mine was also made there. It's serial # is C30xx and I think it's around 25 years old, not sure tho.
 

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Another damn bot reply, it would be nice if we could get an admin to look into this problem but I doubt that's going to happen.
I need to apologize in advance for being the slow one that everybody has to be patient with, but I am confused about what a "bot" is and what plagarism has to do with getting info on a gun? What did I miss?
 

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I don't understand a lot of this stuff myself, I'm 70 years old but to the best of my knowledge they program computers to automatically join forums and post meaningless sayings and usually have a link to another site they want to direct you to. Here's another group I recently found, on the forum calender for this coming May. Look at the 18th, 19th and 20th how many people use the screen name daisyjohnXXXX we have 5 of them and they're all going to be 24 years old in a 3 day span. If you go in and check their profiles you'll find links to other sites and services, I think they get paid for every site they join.
 
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