Owners Manual

Read the instructions and warnings contained in the manual carefully before using this firearm. Be sure to note warnings printed in red. Congratulations on your purchase of your new Kimber .22 sporting rifle. We can tell you with assurance that this rifle ranks as one of the finest production rim fire bolt action rifles made in the world. Predestined to become a classic in its own time the Kimber model .22 combines many time-tested design features with modern manufacturing technology. Made only...

Instructions for Factory Service

Inc. for factory service only upon authorization by Kimber customer service personnel. A return authorization number will be assigned to every authorized firearm return. Please package your firearm carefully. Ship firearm in original shipping container with proper cushioning material to prevent movement of gun or parts and package. Gun cases are especially recommended for return shipping. Clearly mark forwarding and return address on the outside of the package as...

Kimber Service Policy

Kimber Mfg., Inc. does not recommend and is not responsible for any alteration or modification to the rifle not made by Kimber factory personnel, nor the replacement of worn or damaged parts with those not manufactured by Kimber Mfg., Inc. We reserve the right to refuse service on firearms that have been altered, added to or substantially changed. Every rifle is carefully inspected and test fired for function and accuracy before shipment to insure that it leaves the factory in perfect condition...

P Scope Mounts and Bases

The model .22 long rifle receiver is drilled and tapped for Kimber two piece contoured scope mount bases. The front scope mount base is different from the rear. Order only Kimber .22 scope mount base in sets. They are available from your dealer or from our customer service department in Yonkers. Remember that you will need one base for the front and one for the rear. The screws and wrench are supplied with the bases. The Kimber scope mount bases will accept Redfield, Leupold and Burris Rotating...

Disassembly of the Bolt

Only the firing pin assembly can be disassembled from the bolt. Here are the instructions. Lift the bolt handle and close it to cock the firing pin. With the firing pin cocked pull the safety into the safe position. Pull the bolt out of the receiver and with your hand unscrew the cocking piece housing counter clockwise out of the bolt. You now have the firing pin assembly ready for inspection, cleaning and oiling. Further disassembly of the bolt is not recommended. If for any reason you cannot...