Nothing wrong with that selection of rifles! I have an octagon-barrel Model
1890 Winchester pump in .22 Short - the traditional “Gallery Gun.” I like it, and I have found nothing it won’t do within the parameters of a .22 that a .22 LR will do. It is my only sporting-type .22, my only others being a Model 52 Winchester I shot in High School match shooting, and an Australian-made No. 2 Mark I military training rifle.
My only other pump gun is an original Colt Lightning Rifle in .44-40 made specifically, and specially serial-numbered, for the San Francisco Police Department. I don’t shoot it because it is a 98% gun.
These Winchester pistol/rifle cartridges (I include the .25-20 even though I don’t know of any serial production for a revolver, certainly not the Colt SAA, in that caliber) .25-20, .32-20, .38-40, and .44-40 are fun cartridges to collect, with much more variety than most think. I accumulate, not collect, .44-40s, but wish that when I started collecting I had done those four calibers! There are interesting loadings, bullet types, headstamps - and some of the boxes, expensive now but cheap when I started collecting - are nothing short of beautiful in their commercial art work. Ammunition companies have forgotten how to make a really appealing box - “Sales Art” I call it - as far as I’m concerned.