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Kimber rimfire

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by motorep, Apr 12, 2003.

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  1. motorep

    motorep Member

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    1911 pattern .22lr.The Colt Ace I was never able to find... Has anyone got one, shot one, seen one?
     
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    Do you already have a 1911? If so, the Marvel is without a doubt the superior 22lr conversion.

    If you want a whole new gun, I'd still look for a Colt. They can be found.

    Never shot the Kimber.
     
  3. Stevie-Ray

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    If the Kimber is anything like their .22 rifles, it is an outstanding piece. In Kimber's early days, they damn near put Anshutz out of business with their high-quality .22 rifles.
     
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    If you are refering to the 22 conversion top end they are made by ciener. I had the ciener version for awhile I used with my kimber custom. It was reliable and accurate. I sold it because I shoot my browning buckmark more. Mark
     
  5. motorep

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    This is a new pistol, they still offer the top end conversion kits. I was told around $600. The last Ace I saw was a couple of years ago, it was over $800, as I remember.
     
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