Kimber Model 84M Adirondack

Kimber had its new Adirondack rifle on the line at SHOT Show's Media Day at the Range.

Compact, lightweight rifles are all the rage in the industry right now, and Kimber has submitted a new entry into the market with its Model 84M Adirondack.

Designed to be ideal for hunting from a stand or in thick cover, the Adirondack tips the scales at just 4 pounds, 13 ounces. Its barrel measures just 18 inches.

Chambered in 7mm-08 Remington and .308 Winchester, the Adirondack features a stainless steel barreled action with a full-length Mauser claw extractor for true controlled round feeding and extraction. The 3-position wing safety is positive and quiet, and the match grade trigger breaks crisp at 3.5 to 4 pounds. Magazine capacity is 4 rounds, plus 1 in the chamber.

The Model 84M Adirondack will available from over 2,000 Kimber Master Dealers across America at a suggested list price of $1,899. Delivery will begin in late spring.

To learn more about the Adirondack, check out the video embedded below.

For more information, go to KimberAmerica.com.

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4 Responses to Kimber Model 84M Adirondack

Ed wrote:
October 19, 2014

Was excited about it. It looks great! Where is the 243? Since it is so light, I would consider the 243 for that reason. 338 Federal would be great as well! Thick woods, short range, large bullet. I do think the barrel is short! Maybe 20' creates less of a reason to question. Its already a short action. Aren't light weights great to have if you hike a long ways? I would than not want to limit its range after a long hike.

jason wrote:
May 07, 2014

Great looking rifle! When will they be out.....? .358 Winchester and .338 Federal please!

Joel B wrote:
May 02, 2014

If you wanted this rifle with a 22 inch barrel, buy the Mountain Ascent. Personally, I'll take the marginal loss in velocity these cartriges yield with 18 inch tubes in exchange for quick handling in the trees. Just another option from Kimber for the east coast guys. Love my 84L Select Grade.

Vinc Prybeck wrote:
March 13, 2014

Nice, but should have kept the barrel length at 22 inches. Too much velocity loss and change in handling balance IMHO. I'll stick with my 84M Montana in 7mm-08 for $800 less, thank you.