Well folks, Having shot my 404J on a couple of occasionals now, I have decided to upgrade here a little - She's fairly classic so these will only be gentle and very sympathetic, please don't burn me... So, first things first. Safety There is a little bit of play in the safety and it is on the side of the action. Think I shall upgrade to the horizontal, on bolt safety as is my preference and I'd rather the safety didn't concern me like it did. Scope The scope in terribly new and on anything bar 1 the eye box / relied gets rather picky / short (Go on, ask me how I know). So think I will change out for a modern 1-4/5/6 Magazine / Follower 2 things here: 1) Looks to me to be a standard length follower which is a bit short and I think is canting / tipping a bit so would improve feeding if sorted. 2) Might see if I can thin the follower a bit as right now I just can't quite ride the bolt over the top cartridge in the magazine and maybe .5mm might just be enough. If I can avoid new bottom metal that would be great but it might come to that. Stock Currently the sling loop is on the forend which isn't great as it bites my finger so wonder if I can get it moved further forward or maybe go for a barrel band Also the rifle itelf is rather light so quite "sporty" to shoot, considering a recoil reducer in the stock (Or, Heresy, a Laminate stock in same profile for more weight...) So, any thoughts folks? Scrummy PS, It's an FNH Commercial 98 receiver with which is apparently "For Parker Hale by Dumoulin" on the barrel so info happily received.