Sako's full wood guns are recorded as "Mannlicher" in their records. That's sort of like Hewlett-Packard records using the term "Xerox" for their copiers, or a manufacturer of facial tissues listing them as "Kleenex" in their production log. You get the drift: Utilizing a proprietary name which has become a generic name for a particular product or style. Now, Steyr Mannlicher made not only full wood guns, but also half-stock rifles as well. However, unless I am missing something, Mannlicher only made their full wood guns in carbine length barrels of 20 inches or less, while they made half-stock rifles with longer barrels. I don't think they ever made a full wood/full length barrel rifle, or did they? On the other hand, Sako "Mannlichers" came in both carbine and full length rifle barrels (20 inches and 23-24 inches). But Sako recorded both the carbines and the rifles as "Mannlicher". So, here is my question: Just like we don't call a paper towel a "Kleenex", should we call a long-barreled rifle with a full wood stock a "Mannlicher"?