I've never talked about it much here, but I own a Remington Nylon 66 150th Anniversary edition, long paired with a Weaver C4 scope. The rifle was purchased new by my great-uncle in the '60s and passed down to my dad when my uncle passed away in the early '70s. My dad gave it to me when I was a teenager in the late '80s, and it was my first firearm and the gun I really learned to shoot with. My first years spent at the range were with that rifle. It's been sitting in the back of the safe for years, but I decided to take it out to the range last weekend. Plinked a little with it, and during a cold range talked guns a little with the guy next to me. He commented that my little Remington was a "high-dollar plinker." Huh? So this week, out of curiosity, I did some digging. http://www.nylonrifles.com/Nylonpdf/PlasticRems.pdf I had thought mine wasn't all that special, but it turns out only about 3792 of the 150th Anniversary editions were made (all in 1966), out of well over a million rifles total, so they aren't as common as I thought. So then I checked Gunbroker and Guns America for that model, just to see what they're going for. http://www.gunsamerica.com/902105531/Guns/Rifles/Remington-Rifles-Modern/.22-Rimfire-Models/Remington_Nylon_M_66_150th_Anniversar.htm !!! And it's on the BATFE Curio & Relic list, which I didn't know. That's kind of neat.