A really nice early 1900s rifle (sold then as the model 8) made up to the beginning of WW II. Remington made, designed by Browning. Mostly in .35 Remington, but other calibers are sometimes encountered. Made in several grades. The Law Enforcement variant had a 10 or 20 round removable magazine and was used by the FBI often. This is the civilian hunting version, called the Woodsmaster by Remington. Perhaps you have seen the old Remington ad of the western hunter meeting the grizzly on a trail good only for one. It is one of these in his hand. The safety was copied into the AK series. The bolt and firing pin was copied into the Johnson MG design. The rollers to the M-1. The magazine release of the LE version was copied into the M-14. Something for everyone. It also takes deer very well.