My father just gave me the Remington pump 22 rifle that my great grandfather bought in 1909 at a hardware store he worked for in Colorado. My father used it alot when he was a kid. It has not been shot in about 30 years but the action functions correctly. The last few times he used it he said it would not chamber about 2 out of 5 or so rounds properly. He believes the extractor is worn. It may not be worth much to some but it means a lot to me because of the family history. I think I will take it to a gunsmith and have it checked out for safety's sake. My father said someone told him the barrel was in bad shape and it wasn't worth fixing but I plan to check it out. At minimum I will make a wall mount so I can enjoy it there. It is an octogonal barrel.