I've been unpacking from a recent move and am rediscovering some cool stuff. I've always liked short, handy rifles because they are so much easier to drag through heavy brush and thick cover. First up is my late 50's Win 94 in .30-30. I got it a few years ago from a local funstore, dirt cheap. The last few inches of bbl were badly blood pitted. So I cut it down to just over 16" and remounted a Marbles brass bead front sight. This is a cut down No4 Mk1 Enfield that I got from Southern Ohio Gun 12-14 years ago. It has a No4Mk1 (T) bbl that was cut down to 17". Shoots great, but is very heavy due to the (T) bbl. This Rem 788 (.308Win) started as a full length rifle in a birch stock. I got it well used for my 16th birthday, so we go back a way. I cut the bbl to 17" and mounted a first gen Vortex FH, reshaped the stock to fit my weld, shortened the forend, mounted an Ashley Express (XS Sights) rear peep sight sight and painted the whole thing with Gunkote and Aluma Hyde 2. A huge change from the original package that wasn't getting used anymore. Last is my Turk Mauser 98. Also cut to 17", Hogue Overmolded stock, Aimpoint Comp ML3 & MeOpta 6x42 (both in QR rings for easy changes). The whole rifle is Gunkoted OD Green, and the stock is Aluma Hyded.