[You'll have to excuse the crude cell phone pics, couldn't get the dang memory card uploaded for some reason..] I went and dug up my old brush gun out at my dad's place.. It looks even better than I remembered... In fact its probably the finest looking gun I have as far as furniture is concerned.. Then again , I do tend to be a lil rough on the guns that I use a lot.. Basically I was wondering what the general opinion of these old rifles is/was. I haven't shot the thing in years.. It's chambered for 30-06, and has some type of quasi-odd looking rotating bolt.. The reason I am asking is I had a few mishaps back in the day when the 2nd shot would not fire.. Knowing more about certain guns being finicky w/ certain ammo, I'm hoping that was just the case.. I don't remember what all I tried, but as far as ammo that I still have for it, I can only find hand-reloads that were gifts from a hunting buddy of my fathers years ago.. You can see the Fleur de lis on the stock. I love the white trim too! So Is this a keeper or what? Any special things that I need to pay attention to??? I just happened to have a rail that fit it and toyed w/ the idea of getting one of those holo sights over at wally world but that's $200.. Any info would be much appreciated!! I haven't got to shoot it because it rained all freakin day yesterday!! But it shouldn't be long now! I really wish the other pics would have worked, these do the craftsmanship ill justice to say the least!!