I recently bought a nice Finnwolf, I think it has lived in a safe since 1969. The metal is flawless, no nicks or scratches and no bluing loss at the muzzle. There is a bit of blueing wear on the bottom of the 4 round mag. Stock is very nice, tiger stripe at the fore end, and has some minor " safe kisses " which are not obvious unless I look for them. Came with original Sako bases and see thru rings and a Nickel Supra 2.5 x 6 scope with a cross hair and dot. The front and rear sight line up perfectly thru the see thru rings. Trigger pull is 2lbs. 2oz. The mag has occasional hang ups from the left hand side but right side feeds very well. It is missing the front sight hood. I took it to the range, half inch 3 round group with Federal 95 grain at 50 yds. The hammer spring popped out so I stretched it and put it back in but after a few lever throws it popped out again. I maze a little spacer out of a small washer to take up the slack but the lever would not close so the spring is length sensitive. So I got some Permatex Ultra Black silicone gasket sealer and put a dab in the recess for the 514 hammer spring plunger and reinstalled the spring and plunger and wiped off the excess silicone. I closed the lever and reopened it and cleaned off the excess again and then closed the lever for 24 hours to cure the silicone. The plunger is now seated firmly in the recess but can be removed to install a new hammer spring if necessary. I am interested in buying a 513 hammer spring and a spare 514 plunger and a sight hood if anyone has some for sale.Does anyone have any ideas about the left hand side feeding issue? Perhaps the 95 grain boattails are too long?