I've had quite a few questions regarding my Blaser R93 rifle. Even with 2 million rifles sold, it seems to be fairly uncommon / unknown in the US. Well, it's an interesting rifle. Unorthodox for a bolt user perhaps, but it has proven to be a great tool for shooting and especially hunting. The barrel change, repeatable accuracy and "transportability" convinced me to make the transfer from ordinary bolt action rifles. So far I've used 6 barrels and they've all shot 0.4 MOA or better (with bipod/backrest) but I've yet to break the 0.25 MOA limit. I shoot mosly from 400-1000 meters (450 to 1100'ish yards) with most shots being 4-650. I've made a short film on some of the features in my rifle. Even though this is a "no-gunsmith" rifle, aftermarket parts are steadily popping up and quite a few of them enhance or improves the features of this rifle. The film is on Youtube behind this link [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqDER9lnnCQ]Blog 25: A better Blaser[/ame] There's also a post on the Blaser rifles on 6mmbrGun of the Week 12 and some info at Blaserpro and Blaser USA. Hope this was of some interest.