3200 man wrote:Depending on what you want to spend on this gun , is the question ? There are some Companies like Brileys ,Coles or Nuline
that do really nice work . You have to decide ether you're all in for a complete restoration or try to just make it shoot . If you
choose a Company ( like the ones above ) , you send instructions in writing along with the gun as to what you want , state-ing ,
you need a estimate of cost before starting work .
The metal work , it's kind of cut and dried . repair or replace what's broken , then blu it !
Now , the wood-set is something completely different , the sky is the limit ?
Thanks 3200! I was reading the Nu Line website about gun restoration. I think I'll send it in for an appraisal.The tang to stock fitis not an easy one. It is like double camel back and I'm sure would be hard to fit. It's all sentimental value, though, so I'll see what they say!