If you can afford it, buy another one. Then go out and shoot both of them. I will admit that I do have a couple firearms that I have not shot yet, but that is due to a lack of time (my Type 56 SKS, 58 vintage, got the ammo, don't have the time yet) my Type 38 and 99 Arisakas ( Waiting on an ammo order) and my CVA 1861 Colt Navy replica in .44 (Dad and i built it in the mid 80s, still working up the B@!!s to load it and pull the trigger. It should hold together, but given that it was an unfinished kit, I will proceed with caution when I shoot it for the first time after the move.), in part because iI never had all of the needed supplies before now. If i had while in NY, I would have had to put it on the permit to take it out to enjoy it. By not having the components, it was never classed as a firearm, it was nothing more than a paperweight under state laws.
My feeling on it is, without a special reason to have it, I will not have a firearm that I do not intend to shoot. If you don't want to shoot it, I'll gladly take it off your hands for you.