I'm in a bit of a safe clean out mood and would appreciate thoughts and opinions on this... I was given a commercially sporterized m98 in 30-06. It has an ok Monte Carlo (not cut down military) stock. I think it was made from a Nazi rifle after WWII by Golden State Arms or similar (that was their business model from after WWII until the 1960s). It has the absolute worst chamber ever. As in it can't be shot because the reamer they used was chipped enough to cut rings in the chamber. The brass case forms into those rings and lock when the gun is fired. It takes a blithwapper to open the bolt with a fired case in the chamber. I also have an in-the-white/rough chambered 7mm Rem Mag barrel I got a long time ago for reasons I have since forgotten. I don't really have a use for a 7mm mag Mauser and I am only assuming the cartridges will feed etc. My question: is there anything worthwhile that can be made from those bits for a justifiable price? They are basically taking up space on the off chance I will get laid off and be able to use some of that sweet (fantasy) severance money to take some of the short form gunsmithing classes/use it as project material. However, after 20 years of holding on to that dream it just doesn't look like it is going to happen. So what would you do if that was in the back of your safe?