In a moment of weakness I almost put this rifle up for sale. Fortunately I caught my self. I wondered, how many .35 Remingtons does one need? Well, the correct answer, as I eventually realized, is more than 3. This is a 1974 model and it is in superb condition. This was my first .336. I am presently pondering the correct scope set up for it since I didn't care for what I had on it. I am photographing a few rifles so I thought I would show her off just a little bit. Just for the fun of it and for people who like that sort of thing, the box on which it rests is a machinery crate from many many years ago that was shipped to Jones & Laughlin Steel. Makes a neat table of sorts and J&L Steel has family meaning from years ago.