I'm sorry, but I've had about all of this guy I can stand. He makes an excellent copy of Sako Deluxe stocks, which is great. But then putting a barreled action in his stock and calling it a "Deluxe" without telling potential buyers that it is a reproduction and not original is simply not the way business should be done. Here is his latest: https://www.gunsinternational.com/g...eluxe-super-rare-caliber.cfm?gun_id=101145181 You'll note that in his spiel he doesn't actually represent it to be original, but he uses the term "Deluxe" and never mentions that the stock is not only not original, but that style of Monte Carlo stock didn't come along until another five to six years after the barreled action was made in 1953. I was able to "lift" one of the photos of the LH side of the receiver, brighten it, then enlarge it and clearly read the serial number of 13287. It was produced as a barreled action-only and inspected 15 October 1953. At least it was chambered in .22 Hornet. Someone may think that $3,750 is a fair price for this piece, and that's fine, too, IF they are informed that it is not original and the stock is from 2018, not 1953.