Amen to that! To your point, I've run across a couple of rifles from one particular seller which have been sold as fully original. It only takes a brief examination by someone familiar with Sako features to see that one part or another simply doesn't match, meaning that the rifles were "put togethers" or refurbished in some manner. Now, there's certainly nothing wrong with restoring a Sako or taking parts from another gun to make it whole, but to sell it as "original" without noting the non-original features is simply fraud. It is rare, but it happens. Like Em indicates, it would be a huge victory for Sako enthusiasts if years of factory records were to suddenly materialize!