I assume the gun in question is the one listed on a Canadian site for $575.00. The seller states it has a tiny ding in one barrel, the safety doesn't work and the stock has been refinished, and the bores have minor pitting. And the exterior of the barrels need refinishing. As is usually the case, other issues are often noticed once the gun is in hand. What you buy it for is only a fraction of the cost involved if a PROPER restoration is the goal. If the intent is to leave it as is and just blast away, then blast away. Just make sure the damascus barrels are sound first before blasting away!
Last edited by gunsaholic; 01/14/21 09:56 AM.