I like the 30-30 a lot.
Shooting one is about like the straight bolt handle Turkish 8x57carbine I used to have but in a better platform. I like lightweight handy rifles. A 336 isn't the lightest, but it's nice to carry.
30-06 700 BDL was my first centerfire rifle. Very nice, but awfully loud and really more than needed for smaller big game.
308 and 270 were after that. Both were in lighter guns that I preferred.
Then a .243
The 8x57 was my one and only non-mainstream chambered rifle, and it will be the last.
Next up will be a lightweight bolt .223 and a .357 lever carbine.
"Go afield with a good attitude, with respect for the wildlife that you hunt and for the forest and fields in which you walk. Immerse yourself in the outdoor experience. It will cleanse your soul and make you a better person." Fred Bear
Handi 243 working on full Bubbaization. American Classic Model 1377 & Ruger Air Hawk. Zebco, Shimano, Garcia & Shakespeare. Heddon, Rapala, Buck & Leatherman.