Mine was built by the former owner of Broughton barrels which is also the bbl it wears, obviously. Trued 700 action in a Jim Borden Rimrock stock. Factory trigger at 2 pounds. Has a decelerator pad also. I sent the stock to MGArms for a paint job.
This rifle is a pleasure to shoot as it shoots everything I've put through it under an inch. I can take the 140 Accubonds over H1000, 150 Btips over H4831SC, 150 VLDs over IMR4350, 130 Nosler solid base over Re22...they all shoot very well.
As a shout-out to Greg, the former owner of Broughton bbls, we've had some great discussions over rifle accuracy, quality barrels, etc. He said he was fortunate to have some buttons that created some real shooters, like his 3 groove 7mm button.
There is no shortage of great riflesmiths, but I am truly saddened that he retired and I cannot convince him to put anything else together for me. And he will not sell any of his remaining 7mm bbls., let alone any caliber.
For what it's worth, overbore or not, the 270 is in no way lacking in accuracy potential to it's big brother, the 30.06. I've had easier, shorter range times with all of the 270s I've ever worked with compared to any of the 308s or 30.06s.
It's why I have two 270s in the safe and 2 more on the way. I'm the big dude on the left in the white hat, and this is my 270: