It's a Kimber 84 ????

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  1. Mtwoodson

    Mtwoodson

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    In the course of trading, I wound up with a Kimber that I can't identify. It's marked Kimber of America, ,Oregon, and Kimber 84. It's a stainless .223 single-shot with a fluted stainless barrel, no sights, two position safety, and a walnut varmint style stock with a distinct widened, almost beavertail forearm, starting at about the front of the receiver. The serial # is SSV11XX.
    Can anyone ID it based on this description?
    Thanks in advance.
     

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  2. Palouse

    Palouse The Resistance Lifetime Member

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    Kimber started in Oregon in 1979, and they built rifles, not handguns.

    Not sure what you're after as it looks like you've identified the rifle yourself.
     

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    Thanks for the note. Kimber made a bunch of different model 84's and I'm trying to figure out which one I have.
     
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    Palouse The Resistance Lifetime Member

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    Ah...gotcha. The only thing I know about Kimber is that I wanted one of their bolt action 22s, but the next thing I knew, they were sold and moved to Yonkers.
     
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    eisman ARGH! CLM

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    You have a Super Varmint. I've never seen one in stainless. Very nice.