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Kimber 84M Hunter .257 Roberts

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So, I've found my dream rifle & I need to raise some funds, Pronto. 

I bought this earlier in the year to be my general, all around deer rifle since I've not been able to find a Stainless Tikka in my preferred 6.5x55. Ahem....

I'll admit, I had some serious accuracy issues when I first took it to the range. I couldn't get it to shoot better than 3" groups, no matter what I tried. I've finally figured that problem out & my last range trip I was consistently shooting sub MOA groups with both 100 & 120gn loads. The accuracy problems were 100% my fault. I had a bunch of brass that I hadn't realized was a mixture of regular & +P. It turns out that the internal size variation is enough that it's going to give MASSIVE ES swings. That's exactly what was happening after shooting it over a chrono. I was getting huge velocity variations. Totally my fault & the rifle, as guaranteed by Kimber, is exactly as it should be. 

Right, that's that out of the way. 

It's had 75 rounds through it now & looks exactly like it did from the factory. There isn't a single mark on it. It comes complete with the original box & paperwork, a pair of Talley lightweight 30mm rings, RCBS dies & enough brass, bullets & 100 reloads (that WILL need sorting into headstamp lots, sorry) It's a superb, extremely lightweight rifle in an amazingly versatile caliber. 

$1000 for the entire package. 








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