A few pictures of the finished .375 Weatherby rifle. My client has had it for a while, and just confirmed that he is enjoying it very much.

I really like the warm brown Turkish walnut wood. Blanks like that are hard to come by. This is the first .375 Weatherby I’ve built. It is very accurate and flat shooting. The client and I decided to file the standing sight for the Weatherby, the folding rear sight for the .375 H&H. The recoil seemed a little stronger than a .375 H&H, but not much. I have been pleased how everything turned out, and sometimes it is very good to leave the comfort zone a little. As I mentioned before, this has been my first attempt at fleur de lies checkering.