Kimber has released the exciting new Hunter rifle, and further enhanced the options available for the Adirondack and Montana rifles, proudly offering these rifles with the company’s sub-MOA accuracy guarantee.
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Kimber’s big news in rifles is the release of the Hunter, a thoroughly updated version of its classic Model 84. The Hunter includes a four-round detachable magazine; an all-climate, polymer-injected synthetic stock available in various colors with pillar and glass bedding; and a 22-inch barrel.
The Adirondack now comes with a stock finished in the Elevated II camouflage pattern from Sitka, which is designed to blend into the unique color scheme of higher-elevation mountain terrain. Optics are available from Zeiss in complementary patterns that also now include Elevated II. The Adirondack is available in 7mm Remington, .308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor and 300 BLK.
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The Montana now comes with the option of a threaded muzzle at the end of its 26-inch barrel, and new chamberings options (including .22-250) bring the total available for the Montana to 15. They range from 6.5 Creedmoor to .338 Winchester Magnum.
For more information, visit kimberamerica.com.
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