I bought a Herter’s U9 7mm Rem Mag barreled action in 1967. It has a Douglas barrel on a BSA long action. I paid $79.50 for it. I fully glass embedded it in a Herter’s $40 American walnut stock. Recently, I refinished the stock and replaced the recoil pad with a Limbsaver pad, which really reduces the recoil. The gun shoots less than MOA with Berger 140 grain VLD bullets. The trigger is adjustable without having to remove the action from the stock. I mounted a Herter’s rangefinder scope, which cost $52.95, on it. I took a deer at 400 yards using the scope. I’ve taken a bear, two whitetail deer, two mule deer, a pig, and a goat with it, too. It was in storage for 18 years, since family life didn’t leave time for hunting, but it is in great shape and a long way from being shot out.