Originally Posted by rhmc24
Jim K is right --- and when/if you get one fixed it won't be worth much, $75 more or less. OTOH if you are handy working on guns, they can be an interesting hobby & a source of satisfaction if you succeed in bring one back from the brink of oblivion. Like some of my projects, put in $300 worth of my time for a product worth $100 in the marketplace -- all just to prove to myself I could do it.
My sentiments exactly. It's a labor of love, and like you said "-- all just to prove to myself I could do it'.
Old Gun Guy