Kimber Introduces Hunter Pro Rifle

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posted on February 22, 2021
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Kimber has introduced a new rifle into its Hunter family of long guns. The Hunter Pro features classic Kimber design elements based around an 84M action, with a Mauser claw extractor. It comes in full stainless with a muzzle brake, and is fed by a detachable-box magazine. The wing safety is three-position, in the Model 70-style. The re-enforced polymer stock utilizes pillar bedding, and is decked out in the Desolve Blak pattern. A 1-inch Kimber recoil pad sits at the rear, setting length-of-pull to 13.75 inches. 

The Hunter Pro weighs in between 5 pounds 7 ounces and 5 pounds 12 ounces, and sports a sporter-profile barrel between 22 and 24 inches long, with a satin finish. The trigger ships from the factory between 3.5- and 4-pounds. For more information on this lightweight offering, which comes chambered in .308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor or .280 Ackley improved, please visit kimberamerica.comMSRP: $992

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