It was made in either 74 or 75 and seems to me to be in fairly good shape for a rifle of that era. It was my first rifle and I bought it 4 years ago for $375 with a cheap redfield scope. It has been on 3 moose hunts and has taken 1 small bull with a 160 TSX.
As is it shoots 1'- 1 1/2" groups at 100 yds with handloads. I would like to make this gun a tack driver if at all possible. As far as I know it is 100% stock and the only thing I have done to it is refinish the stock. The trigger sucks but is fully adjustable. Since the gun was a mid 70's model I assume the barrel is a Wilson and not a Douglas. It does not have the integral ring mounts as you casn see in the picture. Would it be worth dumping a few hundred bucks into? Would It get much more accurate with a glass bed job, free float and trigger tuning? Would else could be done to acheive better accuracy?