I'll leave the ad for posterity sake. So here it is, This is a piece of history. After WWII two brothers went to work building rifles. Wildcat cartridges are the ancestor of many of today's modern rounds. It was built in the early 50's by the Juenke brothers out of NV on a Springfield 1903 action built by Remington in 1942. They put a HEAVY barrel on it chambered in .219 ICL Wolverine, and laid it into a really nice beaver tail stock, with a nice high cheek weld. Both the stock and barrel are stamped with date and initials. I talked to one of the brothers via email while I was in Afghanistan, and then again by phone when I got home. At that point one brother had already died, I spoke to Vern, but the last I heard (2011) He was very sick and his wife would no longer even send calls through. They were both WWII vets. So, 219 ICL Wolverine is an improved zipper. 30-30 cartridge necked down to .222. It's only been taken to the range once since I got it, it puts rounds through the same hole at 100 yards, really amazing. The barrel looks brand new, so I know it has not been shot much, as the old wildcats used to shoot the barrels out. Asking $900 or trade for Semi Auto Shotgun, Optics, Ammo, Semi Pistols? What have you got? Thanks for looking.