There are two classic North-Woods deer rifles I've always wanted: a Remington Model 14/141 (the company's original centerfire pump and precursor to the 760/7600 ubiquitous to today's Adirondack deer camps; shown at top above), and the Remington Model 8 (the company's original autoloader, designed by Browning, and just one crazy-cool gun; shown at bottom). Now I own both. I won an auction on GB for the 141 and got it at a good price. I bought the Model 8 at my local gun shop but I still credit GB. By keeping track of what Model 8s were going for on the site, I knew enough to scoop up the one I found locally, in great shape, for just $390. I didn't even bother trying to talk them down.