I have bought 3 Remlins in the last few years. The secret is to check each one out prior to purchase. Inspect it, make sure the sights aren’t canted, the wood furniture mates up nicely, and there are no blemishes on the metal. Work the action and trigger. If they aren’t fairly smooth in the store, put it down and ask to see another one. Most LGS’s know what you’re doing, because they did the same thing when they came in. Bottom Line, I’d never buy a Remlin online. Always lay your hands on it first.