Recently at an estate sale belonging to the widow of her deceased husband, I bought a heavy barreled Savage in .220 Swift. This is a single shot rifle, weighs about 12 lbs. with a dark walnut stock, white buttplate spacer, swelled and checkered pistol grip with a 26" barrel. It is stamped Model 112 Series J. The rifle looks new. Mounted on the rifle on steel blocks is a Remington Arms Co. Ilion, Il target (?) scope marked 24XBR Serial #501. It has exterior micrometer adjustments for windage and elevation and appears new like the rifle. There were several boxes of unfired cartridges as well as a custom made box for the scope. Being mostly a handgun person, I'm not familiar with bench or long range guns other than reading about them. Would this be considered a classic? The scope I found most interesting as I have many scopes but was never aware that Remington produced their own scope..obviously for a very short period of time. I'm guessing, and it's just a guess that this scope and rifle was made in the 60's or 70's.