That's not restoration.... that reincarnation!
You are not far wrong. There are a lot of hours in the action to get it to the point shown in the pictures. And more since then.
If you happen to have a copy of Wal Winfer's Gibbs Farquharson book this action is pictured in it, on or around page 97 if I recall correctly. Mr. Mann has my copy of the book right now. This picture gives a good idea of the "before" condition.
There are no photos of the completed rifle. We have an appointment with Tom Alexander to photograph the rifle properly at the show in Reno. The rifle has an exceptional piece of wood for a handle and Mr. Mann's work is easily up to the level of the metal.
Y'all need to come to Reno for the show. There are lots of fine rifles and shotguns like this to have impure thoughts about...