Kimber Of Oregon Model 82 Serial Numbers

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For sale is an older, four digit serial number (73xx), Kimber of Oregon Model 82 22lr that is in excellent condition. I am the second owner and just find myself shooting my lever 22's more. Here's an early one and it has a very interesting history as well. Matematika 4 klass primeri na umnozhenie i delenie. Only one number lower than this one! This is Kimber of Oregon Model 82.

Contents • • • • • • • • • • • History [ ] Kimber was founded as 'Kimber of Oregon' in 1979 by Jack Warne and his son Greg Warne in the small town of. An Australian, Jack Warne moved to Oregon in 1968 after Portland-based Omark Industries purchased the Australian firearms manufacturer, Sporting Arms (or ), he had founded in Adelaide, South Australia, following World War II. Following its founding, Kimber of Oregon, which quickly built a reputation for accurate caliber rifles, began to expand its product line and eventually acquired a second manufacturing plant in nearby. Jack Warne acquired the Brownell quick-detachable rifle scope mounting system for Kimber. In the late 1980s, the company began to struggle after a private stock offering fell short of covering the costs of developing the M89 BG (Big Game) Rifle. In 1989, Kimber of Oregon was sold to Oregon timber baron Bruce Engel, who founded WTD Industries, Inc. Engel had difficulty running Kimber and soon the company sought bankruptcy protection.

However, Kimber of Oregon's assets were liquidated. In 1990, several Kimber employees, including Dan Cooper, left to found. Jack Warne left to found the Warne Manufacturing Company in February 1991, which began manufacture of a new rifle scope mounting system. In the mid-1990s, Greg Warne tried to revive Kimber, but much of Kimber of Oregon's original tooling had ended up in a junkyard north of. Warne soon found a financial backer in Les Edelman, who owned Nationwide Sports Distributors. The two purchased the original tooling and partnered to found Kimber of America. The company grew quickly, but Edelman forced Greg Warne out after acquiring a in the company.

While Edelman was partnering with Greg Warne, he had also invested in Yonkers-based Jerico Precision Manufacturing, which manufactured hand tools and mechanical components for the defense industry, which was adjusting to cuts in defense spending. Edelman decided to connect Jerico Precision's existing infrastructure and manufacturing capabilities and Kimber's reputation and extensive network of dealers to build a line of M1911-style handguns. He eventually moved Kimber's production line to Jerico's facilities in New York, ending Kimber's presence in Oregon. The company now has locations in New York and New Jersey. On 9 December 2004, a federal indicted former CFO Denis Shusterman for embezzling $10 million from Kimber Manufacturing and Nationwide Sports Distributors.

He was later convicted after pleading guilty, ordered to pay damages and back taxes, and sentenced to 14 years in federal prison. After leaving Kimber, Greg Warne operated Armas Deportivas S.A. In Granadilla, San Pedro, Costa Rica where he made custom gun grips from locally sourced hardwoods. Greg Warne died in 2006. Kimber is planning to expand manufacturing capacity from its 31,500-square-foot (2,930 m 2) manufacturing facility in, (Aero Molding).

A proposal to add more space to its Yonkers site had been approved as a 'regionally significant project' but Kimber appears to have withdrawn its application following concerns raised by worried neighbors. [ ] Products [ ] Pistols [ ]. Kimber Micro Carry.380 Stainless Rosewood. Kimber of Oregon Super Custom rifle in Kimber also makes several models, including hunting and tactical. Most of these rifles utilize a controlled feed action, originally designed.

Kimber rifles have a reputation for accuracy and quality. The basic models are: • Kimber 17 Mach 2 (discontinued) • Kimber model 82 (discontinued) • Model 84S — Short Action (unreleased) • Model 84M — Medium Action • Model 84L — Long Action • Model 8400 — Magnum Action PepperBlaster [ ] self-defense tools are also being sold under Kimber's PepperBlaster trademark. Kimber PepperBlasters are highly concentrated irritant high velocity incapacitating non-lethal chemical weapons. Since these non-lethal weapons are effective at ranges where most handgun and knife encounters occur, they could be used to defend against such attacks. They are also useful for hikers in the wild to discourage aggressive animals.

These products are also a suitable self-defense weapon for college students and commuters, especially on campuses that prohibit the concealed carry of firearms. Recently, Kimber introduced the PepperBlaster II, a modification of the original designed with an ergonomic grip and sights to enhance aiming. Kimber firearms in use [ ] A modified version of the 'Team Match II' caliber pistol is used by the US Shooting Rapid Fire Pistol Team. In 2002, the LAPD chose a slightly modified and specially marked (marked in 'LAPD SWAT CUSTOM II') version of the Custom TLE II as the standard issue for its SWAT unit. Several other law enforcement agencies have approved Kimber firearms for on-duty carry by their patrol and SWAT officers.