My new rifle. It was made in the mid 60's. It has a plain but attractive walnut stock with good hand checkering and only a couple of small minor scratches. The deep blue on the metal is close to 100%. The barrel is a long and slender 23 inches. The trigger breaks like a tiny ice cycle hanging off the cabin eve. It is light weight and well balanced. The barrel has writting on it and it says, Made in Belgium, Browning Arms Company, T-Bolt Caliber .22 Long Rifle. It is a very fine rifle made in a time and place when craftsmen took pride in their work. After I get used to the iron sights I will put a 4 power Leupold with a fine cross hair reticle on it. I may have to take my Grandson out and hunt the elusive snowshoe hair.