I've been working on this old Steyr since the Winter. I've attempted to incorporate the best of the things that I like from each model into this gun. Ive also attempted to add things that make the rig consistent from day to day. Below are pics of the most recent additions to the rig. I swapped out the old single screw chassis for a new LG110 chassis with two barrel screws. A big "thank you" to my friends at Steyr for making me the new chassis for this rifle and getting it here so promptly!! I have also added a brand new scope rail by Jon Harris. Jon was amazing to work with on this. He made a super nice rail exactly to my request. A big Thanks to Jon as well for his help!! I also swapped to a Burris Picatinny style scope rings with (6) six screws! I'm just now testing these new rings, but my first observations are that they are incredibly strong and durable. Lots has been done internally to the gun by me. It's running an 85 bar reg., a somewhat custom hammer - spring - external adjuster assembly that I worked out. The gun is putting JSB Express out at 810 fps with an average variation of about 3-4 fps. The gun has an old Barley Twist, hammer forged Steyr barrel. I recently added a new Steyr factory air stripper. Thanks to my buddy Tyler Patner for the stripper, as it was surplus to his needs. I guess at this point you could say I have a " Franken-Steyr"! LOL the gun is shooting great with die 30 JSB Express. I do plan to make a new set of laminate wood, time permitting. I like Gary Cane's laminate sets, but the price to get it to the US is prohibitive. (If anyone has a spare set they want to part with, drop me a PM and we'll talk). So far, that's about it! Take care, Harold Check out these massive Burris rings! Jon Harris rail is a fantastic addition to this rifle!