Hey everyone! I just found this forum and as I was impressed of the quality of discussions here I decided to join and ask if someone of you had some piece of advice for me. Alright, I'm considering buying myself a Sako rifle for hunting and found a couple of L61R Finnbear and one Sako AIII in the web. I mean, I haven't seen them yet because it's pretty far to the seller but the seller claimed by email that they are all in pretty good condition. The prices are as following: Finnbear cal 30.06 with a scope that looks pretty new: 650 € (which makes about 940 $) Finnbear cal 30.06 with a older scope 550 € = 790 $ Sako AIII cal 30.06 with a decent looking scope 550 € = 790 $. I'm from Finland and these prices look pretty low for me, compered with the usual market prices. Now I'm wondering what you think about these rifles, are there anything I should pay extra attension to when visiting the shop? I would personally think it's a good offer, of course I'll ask to testfire the one I eventually choose. And I'm also wondering about the AIII-marking, is it a action or a "real" model of Sako rifles? Thanks in advance! PS: if someone want to see some pics I can upload later.