(Ok I don't know what happened to the last post I had started under this subject. Somehow I had made a duplicate post. So when I tried to delete one of them, now when I click on the title it says "Page Not Found". Anyway. Thank you Critter for your remark toward it.)
A good article was already written by the Big Game Staff with better descriptions. As you can see, I'm no writer, but I'll do the best I can.
My first surprise was when the man behind the counter handed over the rifle. I had some concerns that it was going to be too heavy to carry around for long days of hunting. I was very relieved to finally to feel the weight in my hands. "It's not that bad" I thought. Maybe it was the adrenaline and the excitement. Regardless, a 8 1/2 lb. rifle to me seems to be manageable. So I happy about that.
The overall appearance of the rifle is well made. No, it isn't a 15,000 dollar custom Mt. Kilimanjaro rifle. I'm sure those are quite nice. But for 1300 bucks you can't beat it. Really the only reason I decided on the Super Grade model was because I wanted a higher grade wood stock than the standard model. I'm glad I made that decision.
ok, that's all I have time for at the moment.