The gunsmith who did work is named Walter Eisserer, an Austrian who came here many years ago after being trained, I believe, in Ferlach. I've known Walter for something over 30 years, and he is a craftsman of the first magnitude. All four of the guns are very long and very heavy. Two are built on the Champlin action, which you rarely see, but which is a first-rate piece of machinery. Two have laminated stocks, while two are made with Strike Me Blind walnut. There is a .340 Weatherby, an 8mm Remington, a .280, and a 7mm Remington Magnum.