I have been really lucky the last few months to come across some nice finds. First up is a NIB (as far as I or anyone else can tell) Sako AV "classic" L/H in 7mm RM. This model had no records of being produced in LH so these are few and far between. I actually had a big Sako collector tell me this was the first confimation he had that it had been made in left hand, as he had never seen one. The wood is beautiful and there isn't a blemish on the entire rifle. Second set of pictures is a Sako AV L/H in .375 H&H. This one also has beautiful wood and there is a story behind it, to be told a bit later. Both are great rifles, smooth cycling, and excellent crisp triggers with a light pull. Haven't gotten out to shoot either one yet, but am hoping to do so tomorrow, at least enough to get the optics sighted on each.