Years ago I had not one but two Single Sixes just like the one you have. They were great .22s and always a welcome companion on lots of woodland hikes. But then I got the semi-auto itch and just like that, they were gone. I thought about getting another one but never got around to it. Then one day my best friend gave me his Single Six, as he use to carry it when he ran his trap lines. Eventually he stopped trapping and had no more use for it so he wanted me to have it. Now he had bought it used some time before he got it and the gun was starting to show it's age. The gun functioned fine but I think the words are "cosmetically challenged" in terms of it's finish. The original hard rubber grips had broken and he put some generic looking grips on it. Well with the help of some Flitz I was able to clean this old gun to a somewhat nicer appearance than it had before. Eventually I found a set of factory wood grips that fit the Single Six perfectly and even added a .22 Magnum cylinder for it. The transformation from tired, old looking gun to decent, better looking gun was complete!