Kimber 84m 6.5 CM with Leupold VX3i 4.5-14x40 30mm scope

IanCo

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Less than 100 rounds through it. Great gun to carry, just doesn’t fit me well even with extra slip-on butt pad.

Includes Leupold VX3i 4.5-14x40 Duplex scope. Have not used the factory CDS yet.

Over $1400 in the rifle.

Asking $1300 shipped to your FFL.

Would consider trades for CRF action, long action or short action w/ mag bolt face; or Leupold VX 5or 6, prefer HD with TMOA, Boone and Crockett or Wind Plex reticle.

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IanCo

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It doesn’t like the 140gr factory stuff I’ve shot through it, like 2 MOA or so, I still used the rounds for hunting. The Hornady 130gr factory stuff shot maybe 1.5 MOA if I remember right.
 

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Thanks for the honest feedback. Most guys would say sub moa shooter all day when actual results are far from. Kimbers are hard to shoot accurate and they are definitely made for cold bore first shot because they heat up so quickly.
 

IanCo

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It does heat up quick. The stock is way too small for me also. If it doesn’t sell I will probably just re-barrel to a 260ai or 25-284 or 257 Rob AI. I don’t like the light 22” for my needs, but I do like the action. So outfitting it with a #3 fluted 24” barrel does have me excited.
 

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$1250 to your FFL

$675 for rifle if separate.

$575 for the scope. Scope still has free custom dial that came with it.
 

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I have heard very few of those hunter models can keep up with the others. I have tried to like that stock but everyone else has done a way better job offering stiffer stocks on budget guns. Now it is a sweet way to get one to build up from...good luck if you rebarrel and restock it!!
 

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