This is way beyond the scope of this thread, but why I am thinking about it I thought I would share. My good friend has had a Montana in a 300 WSM
for years. He has always had problems with the bullets not feeding correctly from the magazine (they get stuck when loading in a new round) and the bolt always feels "sticky". I held off on the Montana because of these issues for quite a while. I have a teflon coating on mine and it seems to have corrected both of these issues. It also gets rid of any glare from the stainless steel. Expensive but a nice upgrade that I would recomend.
To clarify, the classic that I am selling/trading has no issues and FRank (the previous owner) had the rifle bedded by Charlie at ScoreHigh gunsmith in ALB. FRank, let me know if this is not correct. Once again, this is a very
accurate rifle and is in excellent shape. I am going to pass it on because I don't need two of them so similar.