Kimber of Oregon Model 82 double prototype .22 K Hornet. Originating from the famed Earl Kelly serial number four collection (others also listed), serial H4 is the only surviving .22 Hornet prototype (the other three were disassembled) and was repurposed at the factory to become the first .22 K-Hornet prototype. Features include a 22-inch match grade stainless steel Hart barrel (1/14 twist), dovetailed receiver and rocker safety. The S-Series stock is shaped from AA-grade claro walnut and appointed with an ebony forend tip, wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, checked steel Neidner butt plate with widow’s peak and a steel grip cap. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes are approximately 98 percent. INCLUSION: The original box with end writing for both calibers is present. PROVENANCE: An included factory letter signed by Greg Warne attests to the information presented above. RELATED RIFLES: Several serial number 4 Kimber of Oregon rifles from Kel’s collection are offered separately. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,000 plus shipping.