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Kimber SuperAmerica .22 LR

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Once you get used to fully seating the magazine, this riflefunctioned as good as it looked, and its accuracy equaled theAnschütz. We would take a close look at the lower-quality AA or A wood models, because you might find one that looks better to youat half the cost.

Kimber SuperAmerica .22 LR

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The Kimber’s five-round magazine fits flush into the rifle, and the release lever is also nearly flush. To release the magazine, the shooter pulls the lever toward him. Some of our panelists had problems with the magazine not fully seating. Once the shooters got used to pushing in on the rear of the magazine (a second click could be heard), they never had any more problems.
The Kimber stock is a beautiful AAA dark walnut. The checkering on the Kimber provides a slightly better grip than the Anschütz’s, but most panelists preferred the appearance of the skip-line checkering on the Anschütz.
The Kimber’s trigger was wider than the Anschütz’s and smooth instead of grooved. The trigger pull was a hair heavier than the Anschütz’s, but there was no take up. About a third of our shooters preferred it over the Anschütz’s trigger.

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