Built on a gear-logoed Imbel receiver with Austrian parts and FN-manufactured barrel; made from quality parts. Not a Century build. So far I have only put 100 (now 150) rounds through it, but it has functioned fine and has been consistently accurate. The bipod which folds up nicely into the handguard is included. Will come with 3 magazines. Can toss in a box of ammo if trading for a rifle in a different caliber. I love it, but it's heavy and expensive (for me) to shoot as often as I would like. Would like to trade for another semiauto rifle that's either lighter, cheaper to shoot, or has historic appeal. Would rather sell right now, need to pay off some tuition. Was $1200, now will take $1100. Only trades I would consider now are for intermediate-priced guns plus cash. Kahr CW9, S&W pre-lock .357/.38s, Ruger revolvers and .22lr pistols, DAO and striker-fired handguns, compact RIA 1911s or similar, Sigs, 5.56 rifles (bolt or semi), lever-action .357s and .30-.30s, 12ga O/U or semiauto, 20ga pump or semiauto. Probably the only more-expensive items I would consider are plain jane ARs (fsb must be pinned and rear sight must be included) and service grade Garands (keep in mind that plain entry-level ARs are going for 700-800 new now).