Hi all, Well I am about 20 rifles into my C&R collection and It has been really fun and exciting. My last purchase has me thinking. I picked up a Czech 12/33 in G- condition. I checked it out briefly as this was a FTF puchase. After getting home I cleaned out the bore to find it was pretty much shot out. The stock was cracked, but repaired rather nicely, couple of missing screws but all-in-all a neat little rifle for the money. The cool thing is it is one of 5000 short 7mm made for the El Salvador Gov back in the 30's. The seriel is in the mid 500's and the buttstock tag is present. So now there are still some correct parts available, and I have no intention on bubbatizing this rifle, but i would really like it to be a shooter. Any metal work would be done by a qualified gunsmith. So what would you do in this situation. 1. Put the rifle in the safe and revisit in a few years. 2. Rebarrel and restore the rifle to its original glory. 3. Sell it and buy another.