I have a unfired kimber 84m varmint 22-250 for sale blued action, stainless fluted barrel, nice wood for sale or trade.
$1,000 plus shipping
Or trade towards a .308 or centerfire .17 cal
Willing to add cash if trade is better value
I just picked up a Kimber 84m classic in 6.5 Creedmoor for a lightweight mountain rifle.
5 lb, 12 oz, 22" barrel, pillar and glass bedded from the factory, Pre 64 Winchester claw extractor design, 3 position safety, 8-40 scope base threads.
The barrel is free floated to about 2" from the lug.
The trigger has a nice shoe and was 3 lb 10 oz from the factory. I adjusted the poundage down to 2 lb 6 oz for a nice clean breaking trigger (It could have gone lower).
After removing the action from the stock, I used Watco oil to seal the wood in the barrel channel and inside the action area.
I checked the chambering job and it looks really clean.
I did run into one problem...the safety would not move from the fire position to either of the two safety positions. After researching on the web, I saw that it was caused by a non rust agent Kimber uses on their rifles. I removed the firing pin/safety combo from the bolt and soaked it in Kroil overnight.
The safety did move but very stiff. I hit the safety and the top portion of the trigger that engages with the safety with lighter fluid and worked it in. That fixed the problem.