I just purchased a factory second rifle. I did not even know it was a second untill the salesman brought out the box and pointed it out. I was wondering why the price on this new rifle was listed way under MSRP. MSRP on the makers web site was $1334. On a a Gun broker web site I found new rifles models very close to it starting at $950, actually my rifle was a more expensive version vs the gun broker guns. My gun is stainless vs the broker guns being blued. This gun was marked at $709 at the store, then they clearanced it down to $600, they also had a 10% reduction in the price of all clearance guns in stock, so I paid $540 plus tax for a $1334 rifle. Sounds pretty good. After I found out that it was a factory second I did a closer inspection and did find some minor things. Speckles of white on the black composite stock and some slight dis-coloring on some of the metal, most notable is the trigger guard area, no big deal. I've bought quite a few guns in the past and never heard of a factory second guns before. The salesman informed me that several manufacturer put out seconds, but the performance and and function is guaranted the same as any other product. He said that the "high end manufactures" put out seconds, that their seconds could compare to the other manufacturers standard product. I did do my home work before the purchase and checked this web site to insure that this was a excellent choice. Seems like everyone on this web site thinks this is the brand to go with. Anyone else own a factory second, or have experience with them, heard of them?? Thanks for any info or comments.