Noveske used left-hand Nesika actions, which are made in the same plant that produces Dakota rifles. The Nesika is much-beloved of precision shooters. It's flat bottomed, has a fixed, rather than plunger-type ejector, a bolt-knob that unscrews so it can be changed for another style, and an extremely tight lockup. For stocks, Noveske went to High Tech Specialties in Pennsylvania, which makes very light fiberglass stocks that are about as flexible as your average aircraft carrier hull. Better than High Tech, there is not. The triggers were made by Jewell (If you have not touched off a properly set up Jewell trigger, you do not know what bliss is.) and the barrels came from Lilja which, like everything else here, is top of the heap. I asked for a #2 contour barrel , 22 inches long, 1-10 twist.