Back in the late 80's through mid 90's, I started collecting guns, old historical military ones. Built up quite a collection of Pre WWI, WWI, WWII, and post WWII stuff from all the countries of the world. Had about 40 guns in all at the peak. Sold most of it all off a few years ago, all except one gun. The best shooting, most accurate rifle in the whole lot. A mint Husqvarna M38 carbine in 6.5 x 55 cal made in 1943. Simply awsome shooting rifle/caliber, uncanny accuracy. It could "dot the i in Stihl" at a couple hundred yards of one of my numerous saws.