I started to message the seller and tell him that is not a KS Mod 7. But then decided it was none of my business....
He didn't advertise it as a KS and never exactly said that it was a KS, just that it had a tag on it that identified it as a "Remington Seven lightweight custom KS" when he bought it.
It appears that the winning bidder bought a very basic 7 SS, but maybe he'll learn a lesson about auctions, that you bid on the item, not the story about the item.
"To help answer some questions. I am not familiar with all of the variances in models that Remington makes. So what I do know is you are bidding on a Remington Model Seven, stainless steel, .260 Rem caliber with a black synthetic stock. I did weigh it using my old school bathroom scale and as closely as I can see weighs slightly over 6 lbs. I hope this helps. Thanks "
"For sale is a nice Remington Model Seven stainless steel bolt action rifle in the desireable .260 Rem caliber. It has a 20" stainless steel barrel, hinged floor plate, and a jeweled bolt. When I purchased a while back the tag said Remington Seven lightweight custom KS. The rifle weighs 5 3/4 lbs. with CS stamped on left side of barrel but that is all I know. sorry no box. comes with stainless Leupold rings and bases. Must ship to an FFL who accepts from private individual. Buyer pays $40 shipping. Alaska or Hawaii additional. Sorry No sales to CA. Any questions let me know.".