I've been trying to identify an older .22 rimfire I used to hunt with when I was kid. Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures, so I'll have to go by memory. We believe the gun is an older Remington. It is bolt action, with a five or six round box magazine. The stock is solid walnut with no engraving or carving of any kind. The rear of the bolt is somewhat cone shaped, but stepped gradually down, not smooth. The safety is a small thumb lever located behind the bolt on the right side. It slides forward and backward to engage or disengage the safety. The gun is at least sixty years old, so I'm having a hard time finding out what it is. Any help you guys could offer would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!