Interesting history; it was last owned by a Navy Seal who got killed on a training mission 3 years ago; the guy lead one famous known mission but the father (who sold it to me) swore me to secrecy. The rig has been pretty much unused the past 10 years and has been in the family starting with the Seal's uncle, then the Seal, then his father. The father wanted it to go to a good home and it was somewhat sad because he did not really want to part with it. I think I got a good deal on it ($10K). Nothing but RESPECT for our boys and gals in action--they risk (and sometimes give) their lives for others.