I bought this new about three and a half years ago for Namibia trip. It must have been one of those rifles made on a later Friday afternoon. Chamber was too short, forend pulled strongly to the right, stock finish was uneven, light areas, some blisters on the forend tip. Didn't shoot very well either. So, it has been refinished, glass bedded, chamber dealt with using a finish reamer (no marks on fired cases, headspace checked and good), trigger tuned, action smoothed. Trigger is very good. It will feed empty cases most the time, and you can barely feel it pickup a round from the magazine. Never fails to feed or eject. It has become a decent shooter with ammo it likes. It favors the 210 Barnes TTSX (handload). Five shots around an inch. Factory Barnes 225 TTSX shoots about 1.5" (100 yds) for five shots. Hates Nosler Partitions (3”-4” groups at 100 yds!). $750 Shipped in the lower 48. PM with any questions. I’m on the Central CA Coast. Because of all the problems the rifle didn’t go to Namibia. If I return I will need a minimum of a 375 and I don’t have any need for this caliber in the US. Comes with rings, thread protector, original muzzle break, and non-vented barrel attachment (which is supposed to assure it shoots to the same place when you shoot without the break).