My sons have it in another state and don't want to give it up not that I blame them. About once a year
I drop by and remind them that its not theirs "yet". My 6 year old grandson was there this year when
the old thirty thirty took another buck.
Come to think of it one of them also has my 70's TC Hawken .50 that I put together from a kit, and who
knows what else. I'm keeping my grand dad's Remington close to me though.
I BRAKE FOR BISCUITS