Phew... I think I may have a bit of work on my hands. This old Steven .22lr was a shoe-in on a trade made by my Uncle. I really enjoy working on firearms, even if the work is tedious, and he already planned on restoring it himself, so I offered to do the work for him. The BORE looks almost new, which actually makes this project worth it. The rifle even groups nice. He says he'll reimburse me for whatever I buy, which means I get to do something I enjoy for free, and learn at the same time. The flash on my camera makes the stock actually look BETTER than it does in person. Nearly all metal looks like it was dipped in crappy black paint. You can see the original bluing in one picture, as a stripe on the receiver. I plan to completely refinish the stock, and definitely replace the rear swing swivel. The front swivel is completely missing, so I guess I'll pick that up too. I may go as far as completely removing the old bluing and doing a home hotblue job. I've got an old (C) 1962 Complete Guide to Gunsmithing, Gun Care and Repair for the Home Gunsmith. Amazing book, and it will help me along all processes. It is not properly feeding cartridges, so I have to figure out that problem as well. The feed ramp needs a major polishing. It's corroded and pitted to the point that the rounds get stuck when trying to feed. With rimfire rounds, that could result in the rounds going off before they're even completely out of the magazine! That would be a disaster. It may end up being cut out with my Dremel and replaced with a new feed ramp JB Welded in. I'll add to this as I go along. I think it should be interesting to see the progress as it happens, this old junker going from rusty semi-functional single-shot parts kit to like-new!