The New Lightweight Kimber Mountain Ascent

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posted on January 17, 2012
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Lightweight and accurate, the new Mountain Ascent rifle from Kimber features a Kevlar-inforced carbon fiber stock for added durability.

With a barreled action finished in Shade Gray KimPro II, the Mountain Ascent rifle has a fluted barrel and bolt which cuts undeeded weight, and a muzzle brake with cap that helps reduce felt recoil.

Weighing in at an impossibly light 4 pounds 13 ounces, this rifle is offered in .308 Win, .270 Win., .280 Ack. Imp. and 30-06 Spfd.

Check the Mountain Ascent and all of its attractive features in the video below.

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