A little off of the subject of Sakos, but I know that we have some members here from the British Isles, as well as others who are familiar with British-made rifles. I recently won an auction with multiple guns in it, one of which is a Parker-Hale Rifle which I would guess is from the 1960's or 1970's. It appears to be made on a Mauser 98-style action with a fairly nice piece of walnut, roll-over cheekpiece, and skipline checkering. I'm curious as to whose action Parker-Hale used, or if it was an action that they themselves manufactured. Any comments on the quality or reputation of this rifle will be appreciated. If the comments are negative, go right ahead. It won't hurt my feelings since I succeeded in my goal to obtain another rifle in the auction lot and the Parker-Hale is, as Steinbeck's characters in Tortilla Flat would say, "pilon", or just something extra thrown in on the deal.