Few autoloading rimfire rifles have endured the test of time and the marketplace like the Browning SA-22, known by collectors and hunters alike as one the most desirable rifles ever made. The SA-22 was one of the last of John M. Browning's designs, and his genius shines through in every feature. The SA-22's tasteful engraving and checkered, select walnut make it an object of lasting beauty and enjoyment. The receiver is a takedown autoloader with bottom ejection. A manual trigger-blocking safety is mounted on the trigger guard. The high-polish blued barrel features an adjustable front sight and a folding leaf rear sight and has been drilled and tapped for scope mounts. This Grade VI rifle has a satin grey steel receiver with 24-karat gold deeply engraved game scenes and a gold-plated trigger.