I picked up a couple of early Interarms Mk X rifles today primarily for the actions. Both have nice milled hinged steel floor trigger guard assembies and adjustable triggers with side safeties. One is marked Interarms Alexandria Virginia and the other has the CZ marking behind the Interarms logo on the side of the action with Manchester England behind the Interarms marking. I assume both of these are early actions as they are still drilled and tapped on the side for peep sites.
These appear to be very close to an FN action; the trigger guard assemblies are nicer than a lot of the low end FN action rifles I've seen.
Any experience with these as to things that aren't obvious? I was thinking of putting a .35 Whelen on one; not sure what I will do with the other one.