Yeah it is an old gun. I got it thrown in on a swap for almost nothing. It is a bolt action, single shot with one of the manual c0cking pieces on the end of the bolt. The Seears numbers cross reference to a Marlin Mod 100. It doesn't even have grooves for a scope. The metal finish was still good but the stock had alot of surface finish. Already stripped, sanded, stained, and finished it with Tru-Oil. Bore was excellent, old type rifling, not micro-groove. Action and bolt felt like they never had seen lubricant. Bolt had little wear. Sighted in at 40 yds with Rem. Golden HPs. It shot a fair group, about 3/4 inch. Must have never been sighted in cause it was 10 inches high at that distance. Reset it, and it is good enough for plinking now!