Picked up a Sako High Power FN Mauser in .30-06 from a friend, who inherited it from his dad but had never used it. His dad got it new in the 1950's from a gun shop in Houston to hunt Texas whitetail. It has a vintage Leupold Pioneer 4X scope with the external windage and elevation adjustments in the mounts. Bluing is probably 90 per cent (even under the stock) and the bore looks good. Only the bolt has suffered from its long disuse-- it appears to have been chromed, and the chrome has peeled in several places. Internals all seem to be working, though, with the trigger breaking crisply at 3 pounds. I'm hoping to use it for a cow elk hunt this fall if all's in order. It's definitely not a svelte little mountain rifle. Still have to get it out and shoot it, and I'm just hoping the scope will still hold zero. I'll let you know how it goes. I joined the group to get history to add to the provenance of the rifle, and have enjoyed browsing the site. I'm a northern Arizona boy, drawn to the high country for its year-round outdoor opportunities. This upcoming hunt should challenge this aging body, with elevations ranging from 8,500 to 12,000 feet within the hunt unit. I'll definitely have some work on my hands if I get one down up there.