Montana builds rifles in three series. First is the Classic, which means AA- and AAA-grade walnut stocks and no sights. This includes the Woodland, the Wilderness Supreme (very fancy wood), and the Safari Supreme, which has express sights and a barrel-band swivel and is chambered for large, horrifying cartridges. Second is the High Country series, which is the synthetic-stocked line. It comprises the Ridgeline (shown above), Timberline, Alpine, and Summit models, all made with blind magazines. There is also an Ultra Lite rifle (5 pounds 2 ounces without scope), a Princess Rifle in non-manly colors, and the Summit Alaskan (a synthetic-stocked dangerous-game gun in big calibers). Finally, the Tactical series includes the Marksman, Sniper Scout, and NATO, with all the appropriate bells and whistles.