Western Field Model 830 22lr. It was my first and a gift from my dad. I still have it, and it goes to my son.
Other than that...
It would be a tough toss-up. I like my NDM-86, but also my PSL. I like my Finnish M28/76 but also my Czech VZ54/91. I like my Winchester M1 from the CMP but also my Ruger Mini-14 GB.
None of that is to brag, as there are those here whose collections make mine look meager and low. Of all the ones up there, should I be able to keep but one rifle, I can't really say what I would pick. I suppose I would pick either Finn or Czech, if only because the parts are simple, there are no expensive magazines, and they are already set up with bipods. But then, if the zombies were coming around, I would be hard pressed not to take the NDM or the PSL. Oddly to many here perhaps, I would take the PSL over the SVD as it is simpler and more rugged - though the NDM is tough enough for Afghanistan and other places (the PSL's handguards are sturdier than the SVD, the gas system is sturdier and easier to clean, and the trigger is almost as nice on mine).
I suppose the best combo might be the Finn or Czech backed up by the Ruger. Of course, the NDM backed up by the ruger, or the PSL, or the...
Did I say it was tough to tell?
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