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Kimber 84 - titanium bolt handle

  • Brand: BoltKnobs.Com
  • Product Code: KIM84-HANDLE
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $59.00

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Kimber 84

Ti6Al4V titanium alloy handle. Knob included.

Proudly designed and manufactured in the USA - see our website

This is a direct, screw-in replacement for your original Kimber 84 bolt handle. We include two handles for the price of one with this kit allowing customization of overall length to suit personal preferences. Our intermediate and tactical knobs will typically be used with the shorter handle included, whereas the 1" round knob will be used with the longer handle included. These handles will fit both the 84M and the 84L actions (1/4" x 28 UNF thread). Weighing just 0.7oz (19 grams) they are both lighter and stronger than the original. These handles will achieve the greatest savings of weight without sacrificing quality and offers improved grip and leverage over the factory handle.

Fitting Guide

The factory handle of Kimber 84 is threaded directly into the bolt body using a 1/4" x 28 UNF thread. This can be removed by wrapping the original handle in a strip of thick leather such as from an old belt (or good quality vise soft jaws) and securing firmly in a bench vise with the bolt body positioned parallel and just above the vise jaws. If your Kimber has a separate bolt knob fitted as standard (tactical models) - unscrew this from the handle first before mounting into the vise. The bolt body can now be rotated anti-clockwise to unscrew from the handle. Clean threads if necessary then screw our replacement titanium alloy stem into the bolt body firmly by hand. The knob then can then be attached to this threaded stem.


  • This handle is only compatible with the knob options listed here. It is not compatible with our round 1" knob.
  • A strip of thick leather (or padded vise jaws) serve to grip the bolt handle firmly and avoid marring the finish.
  • Never use excessive force to unscrew the factory handle as this may result in it breaking / snapping .
  • If using a thread locking compound, we don't recommend using anything stronger than purple Loctite (222) or equivalent

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