my suggestion would be to search the gun stores and pawn shops in your area and see what you can find. sometimes you can find some beat up cosmetically challenged firearms for a decent price to refinish. i go looking all the time and find them. usually look for firearms with a good action and in good working condition with a good bore. then with a little bit of money for materials, (sandpaper, stain, stripper, ect.) and some time and elbow grease, you can make it look like new again and also increase it's value.
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