I have a Savage 24v .223/20Ga I inherited about twenty years ago. I now an contemplating building one rifle for a "Last/Best" going off the grid (dream) rifle. The one I have is not in terrible condition but was my grandfathers truck rifle and shows it, I also have done little to improve it's condition as I have had it since I was twelve or thirteen. I don't use the rifle much and I would like that to change.... The plan, I want a all purpose survival rifle. All the desirable attributes, Light, quick, versatile etc. I am conflicted on having the barrels of a cherished family heirloom ceramic coated but I know I will use it more and it would fit the bill well. When the time comes I will sell/give my collection away save a very few guns, this will always be a keeper. Thoughts? would you ceramic coat it? am I doing a injustice? My grandpa has been gone over two decades but I carry a tremendous amount of respect for him to this day as do most who knew him. Thanks.