The recent thread on regrets for rifles ( and shotguns and handguns ) which you let go, and the one on the Weatherby XXII .22 LR, made me think of asking, "What rifles do you really love?"
It may not be the most accurate, or most lovely, or impressive to hunting partners, nor even taken the most game. But some firearms just bring pleasure to hold, to shoot, to take hunting.
My Remington 700 .30-06, which I have had for 48 years, since I was a boy, is one of those. I still just use the iron sights, and it will hit whatever I want it to hit, as if the bullets are wire guided.
Another is the Winchester M70 Featherweight. Whether I own it or it is someone else's, this is about a perfect combination of stock, weight, design, and chamberings. No wonder it has been made for over 70 years.
Same for the Husqvarnas, like the 640, or the Brno ZG47s, the 21, the 22 and 602, and the Steyr Model M and L. I probably miss shots because I am admiring the rifle in my hands.