Here are the specs:
The action is a stainless Rem 700, meticulously trued for accuracy, lapped and polished for smooth function. I've added a precision ground, heavy recoil lug, mini m16 extractor, and tactical knob. The knob taper is cut at 15 degrees to match the swept back handle.
Barrel is a Benchmark #6, 8 twist, cut at 27". The 8 twist will handle the longest VLD's available.
The stock is a quality laminate shaped to my idea of perfect. Features include, a high monte carlo style comb, a vertical grip, palm swell, wide comfortably squared forend, three swivel studs, and a limbsaver recoil pad. The paint is a superb quality textured camo.
Bottom metal is a PTG Obendorf style. The fitting is skin tight, and flawless. The WSM feeds smoothly from a center feed mag box.
Trigger is a Timney.
The brake is an effective and attractive MAX.
Weight of rifle is a solid, comfortable, 9.75 lbs.
Metal finish is KG, deep flat black. The black has a faint satin sheen, love this black.
Comments: The fit and finish are superb. Starting with an unfinished stock allows me to fit and blend wood and metal seamlessly. The rifle is extremely accurate, stable, and mild mannered. Accuracy is proven. The rifle feeds, extracts, and ejects smoothly. Barrel break in is done. Total round count for break in, function, and accuracy testing is 40.