I now have a Rigby .275 on my ticket and sitting in my cabinet. It belongs to an old friend of mine who has passed it me as he can no longer use it due to illness - he has recovered but not to stalking level. I am looking after it and been to use it and enjoy it, but it will go back to his family as youngsters get older.
It was built in the 1960s by Rigbys and was the estate rifle for many years. It was well made and has been well looked after, but now has a nice purple patina to it.
First impressions are one of solidity - quite a chunky 22" barrel that puts the weight between the hands. Stock is typical late Rigby with a Monte Carlo cheek piece. Open express sighs and S&B 4x32 scope with post reticle.
Now just need to get some ammo.
only downside is the bolt handle is on the wrong side - but gunmakers have always got that wrong. Still I can live with that.