So in yall's professional opinion, is this rifle worth restoring to her former glory? She's all matching and works fine, I just never had a chance to get some hardcore Rustoleum and bathe her in it. I mean seriously, for a hundred at a gun show, I really couldn't go wrong. Ground mum, serious rust on the outside, nicks and dings on the stock that appear to have been there before the finish on the wood was applied, sand in the mag from the beach where it was dropped, but nothing a serious scrubbing wouldn't fix really. I haven't really checked the bore much, but it seems to have some sand in it too since the last time I ran a bore brush through a nice cloud of grit came out. Standard last ditch in every other way, fixed sights, no provision for a cleaning rod, loose front handguard that was kept from rattling around by a broken map pencil, standard stuff basically. I was told by one idiot pawnshop owner that the firing pin was clipped, but I checked it out and if it was any longer it'd rupture the case. I suppose the only issue is that it is vehemently demanding to be cultivated. I'll have to teach it to be more obedient when I get back home I suppose.