I like it. I'm good looking holding close to my mug.
Good one, Al! You are most fortune.
My wife finds me handsome and useful, but she needs new glasses.
I don't care how ugly a gun is as long as it shoots good.
I am not dressing up my first generation pencil barreled BMAG, is light to carry and does a decent group. The dead squirrels I have piled up this season didn't notice the looks.
I did invest a lot of dinero in my first generation Savage 93 HMR, both for function and looks. I could not sell it for what I have invested, but it won't ever be for sale by me. I traded knife work for two custom fancy curly grain cherry wood lefty Monte Carlo thumbhole stocks, one with high gloss finish range show&tell and another just like it with oil finish for hunting.The quirk is, the stocks fit a right hand rifle and an inch longer in length of the original wood factory stock.
The custom maker actually made 3 like stocks of the same plank, two for me and one for my brother. He shoots lefty also, as does our other brother.
I think the BMAG Target looks to be a good rifle, to stay with this thread content.