I've had this thing for years and I am thinking about selling it off, but I just dont know if anyone is interested in the old wildcats anymore. First off I'm in Portland and its in the safe down in Medford, so I'm having a tough time getting pictures, so I'll do my best to describe it. It was built in the early 50's by the Juenke brothers out of NV on a Springfield 1903 action. 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. I've only shot it once, 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. So...any interest in a neat old rifle? I'm not asking for offers, just checking interest level, if there is some, I will post a classified. Thanks guys. And I'm sorry if I posted it in the wrong place.