I've got many rifles, but for some reason I enjoy shooting my special ordered Winchester model 1892 44-40 Trapper with 17 1/2" barrel, mfg 1898. It's in near new condition, but because of high value I shoot it on very rare occasions. Because of it's size and calibre it's like a toy. Besides, shooting something that you don't know historically where it's been makes it even more interesting.
I like and appreciate all of them from my rimfires,to the semi auto centerfires 5.56s and 308. I'm probably most addicted to smooth accurate bolt actions 22-250 rem, 6mm rem, 7mm-08 rem, 280 rem, 308 win, 30-06 springfield, and 7mm rem mag.
IMHO Doesn't get much better than a good accurate bolt action in a bean field whitetailin'
I must agree with the riflemen who choose the 25-06. I have had one before Remington claimed the old .25 Niedner as there own. Yes, it will take wolves out to unreal ranges. As they say that old .25-06 shoots flatter than a bookeepers a$$.