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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-14-2019, 05:31 PM Thread Starter
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Kimber Model 84 221 fireball value?

Looking to sell this gun but really have no idea what the value is other than what the blue book of guns says. Does anyone have any idea what the true value might be? We've had the gun for 20+ years, it was part of a gun collection we acquired. It seems that the local gun shops aren't interested in specialty guns like this, gunbroker is probably our best option. Any info is appreciated. Thanks

Made in Clackamas Oregon
Ebony forend tip
Skeleton buttplate
3 position safety
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I think that rifle has some value especially because of the caliber and because it is a Clackamas gun.

There are a lot of Kimber collectors on RimfireCentral. I'd go over there and ask around. I have no doubt someone over there can help you.

Good luck!
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I think your rifle is 84, custom classic model, model 84 had a hooded ramp front sight with a bead, hinged floor plate. custom had select-grade walnut stock with ebony foreend tip. your gun is beautiful! only made it 4 years. perf. 1250-exc-1100-vgood 900. Now if it's a superamerica? who knows. That's my guess Guns are worst then the stock market! ups and downs in price. But! not much as stocks! I agree with dogface on the cal.
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