Founded by Alfred Gray Parker and Arthur Hale, Parker-Hale Limited began manufacturing high quality precision shooting accessories in Birmingham England's gun-making quarter in the year 1880. Once the largest producer of high power sporting rifles in the country, Parker-Hale invested heavily in the most modern machinery & techniques, and was acclaimed for having one of the finest barrel producing plants in Europe. Together with several GFM cold forging machines and double spindle deep hole drillers, the company's machining capability for producing a perfectly finished bore to extremely fine tolerances is legendary. The Model 1200 has an attractive stock with a contrasting forend and cut checkering, along with a raised cheekpiece for added comfort and accuracy. This bolt-action rifle features a blade front sight, a folding leaf rear sight, and a Weaver K2 Post CH scope. The rifle has a string of numbers etched on the floorplate. Its wood and metal are in good condition and its bore is in very good condition.