That Gander solution might work for you poor snowbound Northerners :wink: , but what about us barefoot Southern boys? Actually, we had one of the previous distributors (GSI) only 15 minutes from downtown Birmingham, and there are quite a few of us who picked up Steyr ProHunter rifles at bargain basement prices-- buncha ******** cruising around with quality Austrian stainless in the gunracks!! When you look at what Beretta was doing with the Tikka T3 before they began exploding, you just know the US consumer is ready to buy high quality technically innovative European fireams if they are priced competitively and backed by a major distribution/service effort. I think maybe one difference in the history of the Glock and Steyr pistols in the US is that Glock isn't selling all manner of military firearms worldwide-- just the pistols. Steyr really needs to realize just what a large civilian market we have in the US.