Just acquired a new to me Riihimaki Mannlicher in 222, 23" standard weight barrel, light colored stock, factory peep installed, low Sako rings, removable clip and very nice condition. I'm pretty darn happy. Came from extended family member that offered my their fathers collection of firearms. From what if found a born on date around 1959-1960 (ser 44xxx) ?? How do I tell if the low (Sako markered) rings are period correct? Last but not least some ideas of a period correct scope if I decide to scope it, plan on using it as is for now so no hurry. I have a bunch of new quality glass but they don't work for me on vintage rifles. This one will put a big fat doe in the freezer this year, a family has to eat you know. Now, the one brother says his friend has a left handed Sako in 270 that will be for sale. Don't know if regular stock or Mannlicher? Do they exist in 270 and a Mannlicher stocked version? If so does the value take a hit for being a lefty? Thanks in advance.