Wow, what a looker!!!! The rig w/that stock on that rock is a great pic composition.
If its worth anything, I vouch for the craftsmanship that went into that rig. If one wants to be a serious LR hunter this is the rig.
I have a neighbor that has more rifles than he can count and some he hasn't even found in several years. He wanted to go to the first Townsend MT shoot with me later this month.
He said he wouldn't go unless he could get at least one of his rifles shooting 1 MOA or less. He's spent nearly $200.00 in primers/powder and bullets and gave up. I'll be traveling to Townsend alone.
I only have 3 of what could be called LR or ELR rifles.Two are Kirby built. The other, I cobbled together with local smith assistance and lucked out. All three are ready to go anywhere, any time @ a moments notice.
Powder/primer/brass/bullet expenses have been minimum though the initial investment in 375 ready to go Allen Magnum brass made me swallow hard. I only had to do it once and will last a couple of life times.
This rifle is one of those deals, if passed buy some one who 'wants' one of its capability will live in regret for not jumping on it. Plus, no wait!!! what's that worth.