I came across this rifle a short time ago. It was priced attractively and, although I didn't need another .270 I simply had to have it due to its unique Mannlicher (full wood) stock. I have never seen another in a Sako-Mauser, and had no idea that any were made in this configuration. It has the full length 24.4" Sako barrel and a two-leaf folding sight. The pad is hopelessly crushed and will need replacement, however, the condition of the wood and metal finish is excellent. I haven't had it out of the stock, but the FN action is totally unmarked so far as I can tell. It makes a nice complement to the Sako-Mauser Deluxe I have (also the only one I've ever come across) which is chambered in .30-06. The Deluxe has all of the features of a Deluxe Finnbear with skipline checkering, contrasting fore end tip, and engraved floorplate.