Many of us have vented over inaccurate/misleading/made-up descriptions, along with outright lies told by the would-be sellers of Sakos. Well, venting here doesn't do much good other than as an outlet for our steam to be released. There is a Sako Mannlicher on a "for sale" site (I won't link to it to do anyone a disservice) which is misrepresented in several ways. First, it claims that the firearm is "all original". To the contrary, it is missing its sight hood, has a pad added, and has the rear sling swivel replaced with a stud. Hardly "all original". Next, the seller proclaims it to have been produced in a certain year. Its serial number is visible, so when checked against the records it was actually produced two years later. Not that it is not a desirable rifle. I own one which has been modified in similar ways and would not consider letting it go. But to represent it as a certain vintage and as having no modifications is very unhelpful to the general buying public. There! I feel much better now!