Buddy had a couple old Rem 760's in .35 rem and we went to the range. One was an ADL and it shot great, he offered to sell it (as the mag didn't work right). I got the mag fixed and scoped it. Done nothing else. Its got a lot of bluing missing, and the stock is dinged and scratched. My OCD says new wood and reblue. But I'd just beat it up pushing creekbottoms. Had a minty Ruger #1 that was too nice. This 760 is too beat up. But it shoots great............so I leave it alone. Yeah, offseason it irks me. When it rains or I gotta go after em in the thorn patches..........kinda like it "as is". It might get a sear spring swap. That'd be the only mod. I have the spring stock at home. 5 minute job. But it's not needed. And yeah, I am that lazy. Next major soaking, tear down to clean/oil...........I might change the spring. It stacks bullet holes on each other at 50 yards so why even mess with it? I never change stuff to be changing stuff, there must be a purpose.