I have an older Remington 700 ADL in 270 Winchester. Believe it was made in 1968. Has a set of Weaver bases with nice rings and a Simmons Deerfield 3-9 scope. (Yeah, cheap scope) Honest wear with bluing loss on the top of the barrel. Looks like gun rack wear and like someone spent a ton of time holding onto the barrel, like a road hunter would! Yeah, the stock has some knicks and dings. The gun was pretty filthy when I got it, so I pulled the action from the stock and cleaned it up. No signs of rust, was just full of dust bunnies. The barrel was copper and powder fouled, but I musta used a 100 patches and it cleaned up very nice. Has a very good trigger, too.