I was living in Scotland when I built this rifle, which is my pride and joy. I brought it with me when I moved across the pond. It was formerly a Palma-style match rifle in .308 Win, but it fell into my hands when the club it belonged to had more rifles than it needed. It has an Interarms Mk X action, with a Schultz and Larson heavy match barrel. I had the barrel shortened to 23 inches and threaded for a moderator by Border Barrels. (The moderator is still in Scotland, unfortunately.) I reshaped and finished the stock myself, and later added laser-cut checkering, in the form of interlocking whitetail deer and fallow deer antlers, which I designed myself. The scope is a Redfield. I replaced the match trigger with a Bold trigger from Midway, as the rifle wouldn't have had a safety otherwise. I took seven deer with this rifle before I moved here, in 2012, and I'm yet to add to that total, but I live in hope.