For the Khan rim shot
it's better to make those sounds from processing and EQ'ing rather that spending all your life looking for the source sound thats closest to it. If youve got a few basic rim shot sounds in your sample packs then try a few of them out and EQ them. From what I can make out it feels as though the top end is cut a bit, and its really boosted around 800-1000hz, those mids that arent quite high enough to be sharp, theyre meatier.
ive tried to replicate it too and a combination of really subtle close room reverb and a panned slapback delay, proper short delay time.
just saying, my advice is dont be too set on your source sample being the finished article, experiment with processing and EQing