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(12/7/02 2:48:06 pm)
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A local dealer has a model 82 Kimber serial number 61 I think it has a 20 in. barrel. The wood is nice but nothing special. I believe it to be a classic sporter. There is a box and papers,no test target. The gun has been fired and there are a couple small dings in the wood and some small dings from installing the bolt. Is it worth $850.00 ?
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kdub01
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(12/7/02 5:11:38 pm)
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Yup -

Doubt if you'll ever find a Kimber made in Oregon selling for less.
"Keep Off The Ridgeline"

LIKTOSHOOT
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(12/7/02 7:22:20 pm)
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Agree with Kdub.....OREGON!! = $$$$$$



Xracer
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(12/9/02 8:37:50 am)
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According to my book, the barrel should be 22 1/2" for an 82, 82A, or 82B.

Made from '80 to '92 in .22 LR, .22 WMR, and .22 Hornet.

Exc: $895*
VG: $715*

+6% for .22 WMR & .22 Hornet
+10% for Cascade Stock
+33% for Custom Classic Stock
+52% for Super America Stock

*My book is old (1995) so the value should be higher now.
 

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I just found a model 82 .22 lr in gunshop for $650. Serial 5034_. Wood has a number of handling marks and dings. Is the gun worth the price.
 
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