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The one I have shoots just like that. The only problem with the gun is you about need a hand truck for using it in the field as it’s just so big and heavy.
 

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Nice shooting.
How do you like the Riton Scope ?
I have a 3-18x44 on my NY Hunter. I shot the other morning at 100 yards. bad day. really humid, thick air. light switchy wind. But I just shot fast and got 1 or 2 1" 5 shot groups. I think it's a decent scope for the money.
 

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A Kimber HS is kind of on my project list. I’d like to find one that’s a good shooter, some aren’t, and then I’d put it in a Classic Varmint stock. Even then it would still only weigh 2/3 of what a Rimfire Varminter weighs.
 

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Is that an "A" version?
I guess M12Mike's post was slightly hijacked. M12Mike's gun is a Kimber of Oregon A action. Frank's and mine are Kimber of New York (Yonkers) K-22's.

Nice rifle too! Does it shoot well?
To be brutally honest with you PW, the darn thing is the worst shooting NY gun of the "several" I have owned.
 

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I would be remiss if i didn't applaud M12Mike's excellent groups posted above. Groups like that are why I love quality rimfire rifles. Groups like that are also hard to accomplish on a regular basis by anyone with any non-benchrest gun. Nice work.
 

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Well, that does it...

I've owned one of these for several years, but have never even taken the time to mount a scope on it. I believe I'll change that this weekend and see how she shoots.

Thanks for the post and nudge M12Mike!
 
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