Just received a rifle that I bought from a hunter from the lower 48, he used to live up here in Alaska for 30 years. He told me the rifle was built in 1997 by Arctic Gunworks. It is a 375 H&H built on a RH Interarms Mark X Magnum Action, 25 inch Shilen stainless steel barrel, trigger looks like it is a modified original, NECG front sight with pull up ivory bead, NECG QD peep sight for Weaver style base, London Guns drop box magazine w/straddle floorplate, 3-position Winchester type safety, London Guns barrel band. Barreled action is Arctic Koted with a matte black finish. Leupold QRW bases and rings were included. I don't know what brand of stock the barreled action is mounted in, but after removing the barreled action from the stock and looking at bedding work. I could tell that it was very well done. Stock also has a Pachmayr Decelerator Recoil pad installed. LOP is 13 3/4". Rifle came with a Kahles Helia Super 4X steel tube scope with German #4 reticle. Bulter Creek scope covers were also included. Can't wait to take the rifle out and shoot some rounds. My son has already been admiring the rifle.