Thursday, February 19, 2009

Kimber Talkeetna

If you are in the market for a game rifle, check out the Kimber Talkeetna. The Kimber Talkeetna is a bolt-action, synthetic stock rifle chambered for the .375 H&H Mag.

Kimber Talkeetna
.375 H&H Mag.

Three-position wing safety acts directly on the cocking piece for greatest security.
Free-floated match grade barrel with tapered match grade chamber and target crown.
Model 8400 rifles feature both pillar and glass bedding.

Approximate Weight: 8lbs.
Overall Length (inches): 44.50

Material: Synthetic
Coverage: None
Sling swivel studs
Recoil pad (black) thickness (inches): 1.0
Pacmayr Decelerator
Length of pull: 13.75
Drop at heel: 0.49 inches
Drop at comb: 0.59 inches

Material: Stainless Steel
Contour: Magnum
Length: 24.00 inches
Custom sporter contour
Finish: Satin stainless steel
Twist rate (right hand): 12
Grooves: 6
Match grade chamber
Express sights

Full length Mauser claw extractor
Material: Stainless Steel
Finish: Satin stainless steel
Front locking repeater
Mauser claw extractor
Magazine capacity: 4
Pillar bedding
Glass bedding
3-position Model 70-type safety

Adjustable Trigger
Factory setting (pull) pounds: 3.5-4.0

For more information on the Kimber Talkeetna, visit Kimber.

- Greg

1 comment:

  1. I love my Talkeetna. It is a tack driver with any load I put in it. These are all reloads worked for accuracy, not top velocity. My favorite load is 235 grain Triple Shocks @2830. These shoot into an inch at a hundred and 2.5" at 200 yds. I practice with 235 gr. speers as they are so much cheaper and hit the same points as the TS's. I've shot moose and bear with these and have never recovered a slug, all pass throughs. They work well on deer also with no blood shot meat, just a great wounnd channel and a dead dear.