Kleinguenther ~ K14 ~ 7MM Rem. Mag.

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$1,449.99
SKU: 5402442
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StockDimensions
Barrels
MetalCondition
Extras
SightsScope
WoodCondition
ButtPad
ForeEnd
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Additional Info
POOL5402442
14 3/8" LOP
26"
Excellent with one mark on right side of barrel toward the front.
With scope.
Redfield 3-9x40
Overall very good with some slight handling marks.
Limb Saver pad.
Checkered grip with rosewood cap.
$1,449.99
SKU: 5402442
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Model Number
POOL5402442
StockDimensions
14 3/8" LOP
Barrels
26"
MetalCondition
Excellent with one mark on right side of barrel toward the front.
Extras
With scope.
SightsScope
Redfield 3-9x40
WoodCondition
Overall very good with some slight handling marks.
ButtPad
Limb Saver pad.
ForeEnd
Checkered grip with rosewood cap.
"++K14 7MM REM M"
SKU:  5402442
Model Number
POOL5402442
StockDimensions
14 3/8" LOP
Barrels
26"
MetalCondition
Excellent with one mark on right side of barrel toward the front.
Extras
With scope.
SightsScope
Redfield 3-9x40
WoodCondition
Overall very good with some slight handling marks.
ButtPad
Limb Saver pad.
ForeEnd
Checkered grip with rosewood cap.
$1,449.99
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Description
Kleinguenther ~ K14 ~ 7MM Rem. Mag.
Kleinguenther, Inc began importing rifles and rifle actions in 1972 from Voere in Germany where they would often improve the rifle including adding a stock with their special beading allowing them to guarantee 1/2 MOA with all of their guns. The original Kleinguenther rifle was called the Shikar and was known as the poor man's Weatherby. In 1972 the Shikar model was improved and built to spec for Kleinguenther and that model became known as the K-14. The K-14 has a magazine hidden under the floor plate/trigger guard and the safety is located on the side with a bolt lock back of the bolt. About 7,000 were produced between 1972 and 1977. An interesting fact is every K-14 that Bob Kleinguenther received from Germany was disassembled and he personally bedded and accurized each and every one, which were sold with a test target and load information. All guns were sub MOA accuracy.
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