This is my dilemma. I started building this .260 Remington rifle, for my own use, during my employment at Westley Richards. I liked the look of the calibre, and imported a Shilen match barrel and chamber reamer from the U.S. I barrelled the Argentine Mauser 98 action and it was proved in 2004. It took me a couple of years getting round to fitting scope rings, and much to the disgust of my workmates, fitting a plastic stock ( i intended the rifle to be a worker ). With a few sighting shots, it grouped five shots on the factory 50yd range, which made me quite happy!!! The rifle has genuinely, and ashamedly fired less than 100 rounds. Anyway, since 2007 (when I left W.R.) my little project has never been finished!!!! I could never make my mind up with which moderator to fit, or muzzle thread to screwcut, and I could never make my mind up whether to go traditional blacking or cerakote. I don't get the chance to stalk anymore, so it sits in the cabinet. We have a new arrival to the family this april, and I need some cash!!! So, my little conundrum is this..... do I let the rifle go, as is, for someone to finish as they please, or do I de-breach for someone to use the action??? Any comments welcome!!!! Jim.