I've got a few rifles. First up is my Mosin 91/30. I have hunted deer with it, and it is one of my favorite rifles. It was very cheap, and the ammunition is everywhere. Mine is a 1939 made at the Tula arsenal. The bore is in very good condition. Next up is a Swiss K-31 straight-pull rifle. Instead of a traditional bolt that you work by lifting the bolt and then bringing it back, this rifle operates by pulling the bolt-handle straight-back, then pushing it straight-forward. This rifle was produced in 1949. These rifles never saw actual military service, and never suffered from "wartime production" where loose tolerances and tooling marks were rampant on most military rifles. These rifles operate like fine Swiss watches, very smooth and well machined. Next up is a Tikka T3 in .308 Winchester. I recently purchased this rifle for long-range shooting and a lightweight alternative to my other bolt-action rifles. These pictures show a Simmons scope mounted, but it failed while I was sighting it in. I currently have a 30 year old Tasco 4x40 on there, sighted in and ready to go. I also have a Smith and Wesson M&P15 M4 clone and my first rifle, which is a Marlin bolt-action .22. I don't have pictures of these at the moment, but I will update this thread and post some.