Maple without sliding wood patchbox 1 to 2 weeks. All other 2-4 weeks.
Prices do not reflect the price of $300 lock which we will bill separately after your order. After you place your order, you will get an email with instructions on how to pay for your lock. (By separating the billing we are able to avoid excise tax complications.)
After you place your order, within 48 hours you will get an email with instructions on how to pay for your lock. (By separating the billing we are able to avoid excise tax complications.)
$1130 total Standard Maple (approx. 10-35% curl) or Cherry. $830 plus $300 lock billed separately
$1280 total if Fancy Maple (approx. 35-65% curl) or Walnut. $980 plus $300 lock billed separately
$1413 total if Extra Fancy Maple (approx. 65-90% curl). $1130 plus $300 lock billed separately
Shipping typically runs around $60-$100 but varies based on location.
This service is available as an add on to a kit gun order. This is $700 for this service.
A gun provided "in the white" will be completely assembled and functional. The wood will need sanded and finished. The metal will also benefit from some cleanup. This is typically a little light filing on the rough spots followed by a little polishing with abrasive paper. The metal can be left in this condition or can be blued, browned, aged etc.
Your kit will arrive assembled, ready for you to customize and finish.
We recommend the work of talented and experienced gunsmith, Chuck Edwards, for those who would like additional finishing work done on their Kibler Rifle. He can be reached at (573) 421-5098 and his online page is found on Facebook. He has finished out many Kibler rifles and does fantastic work. The pricing will vary depending on the work and should be discussed with Chuck.
I have ordered two rifle kits from Jim and Team Kibler, awesome customer service, and the rifle kits are over the top beautiful. Well made, engineered and beautiful. Highly recommend!
Started a few days ago. Stock comes fairly accurate out of the CNC machine. Just down to barrel bluing and final staining. Very good components and should be a good shooter.
I’m very happy with the rifle the kit is fairly easy to put together for not having much experience with it and the fancy maple stock came out great.
Very nice rifle other than one one hole not matching up and having to file alot
All the pieces were almost a drop in fit. I bought the kit with the standard maple stock, but was surprised at the amount of curl that Kibler's considered standard. I considered the wood to be above the standard grade. I used the stock finish from them as well. The job that took the longest time was the filing and polishing of the brass fittings, but it was not difficult. The kit that I ordered is in .58 caliber and the balance of the completed firearm is the best I have ever had on a long rifle, and I have been shooting black powder since about 1969, I cannot praise this kit any higher. Now I will have to get enough cash extra to buy a Southern Mountain Rifle Kit. Back when I taught school (many years ago) in Henderson County, North Carolina, I taught several of the descendants of Matthew Gillespie who built rifles of this type in the early 1800's and have actually had the pleasure to observe at close hand his handiwork. I'm looking forward to a "squirrel rifle".
I bought my kit in 2017. My plan was to use the company shop after hours. Somebody complained. So I boxed up my kit. I retired 4 years later and this last winter I got the kit out and finished it. It was a good learning experience. Thinking of building another one. It shoots great.
Iron Nitrate Gun Stock Stain
Used this on a curly maple stock on my Bedford County flintlock. It turned out beautiful, and very much exceeded my expectations. Thank you for sending this in a timely manner.