Remington 514 given to me on my 10th birthday. I'm almost 67 years old and this has been a treasure since the day my father gave it to me. He told me in no uncertain terms that I was to take very good care of this rifle. I feel like I have kept my word. You know it is old when an inexpensive .22 rifle has a walnut stock on it. Back then they never even thought of any other kind of wood for a stock. No serial number either. I own 16 long guns and this little .22 means more to me than all the rest put together. A 57 year old, one owner, single shot .22 rifle in NRA 95% condition or better.