That sure looks like a lot of history right there, HiD. Just an interesting anecdote-this past weekend I attended a traditional archery rendezvous in Southwestern Ontario and I fellow I was competing with talked about his latest deer success of 2015 and kept talking about his Winchester 32. Needless to say the conversation led to his gun, which he has had great success with-a model 94, of course of 1902 vintage. It has been a family heirloom from that date and he says it handles smooth, no rattles and all he and his Dad have ever used. I think he would be in his mid sixties now.