I bought this a while ago and I am just now getting around to posting it. I apologize for the poor pictures. I bought the gun without a magazine, but John Reed was able to make me one, which works very well. You can see it in the pictures. Anyways, these earlier Sako rimfires are built hearty and almost feel like you are shooting a centerfire rifle. All metal and walnut was put into this gun, which I appreciate. I haven't really got around the giving it a full cleaning and oiling, but the bluing is still in very nice shape and the wood only has a few minor dents. The trigger is fairly nice with very little to no creep. I'm not really a fan of the squared off bottom on the forend, but that is a minor concern. I actually purchased a Sako mountable aperture sight, hoping it would fit on the top rail, but alas it does not. I'm not sure what I'll do with it now, perhaps buy another Sako so it doesn't go to waste!