I'm in the market for a .223 Remington Foxing rig and I have been told of a gun that might be for sale as the owner is 'open to offers' (actually I know the gun is for sale as I know the guy who really wants to sell it). The rifle is described as an older model short-action Sako that has more recently had the semi-custom treatment. It has a stainless, heavier profile barrel, a bedded action, in an otherwise standard wood stock and Reflex moderator (all in good condition) and comes with loading dies, about 200 unused R-P cases and 'a couple of boxes of bullets'. There is a scope in Sako Optilocks but that's on an 'optional' basis. The story goes that this rifle shoots very consistently small groups and has only fired 3-400 rounds but has become a 'cupboard-queen' because the guy doesn't do much foxing these days. How much do you think might be a fair offer/price for the bare rifle and the reloading stuff?