Here's my problem. I picked up this 1857 Whitney .22 rifle during an estate auction. I didn't have a chance to look at it ahead of time and from the back row, I thought that it was an old Remington. Well, it's in bad shape.
The stock looks like someone used it for a club then glued it back together. It'll need a new stock, but there's not enough here for a good pattern.
The chamber has been chipped and the barrel will have to be lined.
Plus the action will have to be cleaned up.
I'm not sure if there is enough left to have redone. It's beyond my skill level, but I'd still like to see it restored.