Video Review: Kimber Mountain Ascent Rifle

posted on April 18, 2016
"When you're hunting in the mountains, even your shoelaces can start to seem heavy," explains American Rifleman's Editor in Chief Mark Keefe. And this is why Kimber set out to create a rifle that adds the least amount of weight to your shoulder regardless of where you intend to tote that rifle—up a mountain, across a prairie or just to the back 40. With an innovative, back-to-the-drawing board approach, they've succeeded in creating a bolt-action big-game shooter that offers all of the accuracy and dependability you need...and none of the weight you don't. Watch our video to see just how they've managed this feat!



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