This is a ‘someday dangerous-game’ rifle. It started life as a .458 Win. Mag., and was reworked in Plains, Mo., to take the bigger Lott cartridge. The scope is a VX-3, chosen for its eye relief and ruggedness, although in a caliber like this, a scope is probably a consumable item, and I will take two when the day arrives that I hunt with the rifle. The Talley detachables will make that easy. Other than re-bedding the forward lug, the rifle is stock, including the MOA trigger, which breaks crisply at about 4 pounds. A specialty rifle, it is good at what it does, but it has limited applications.