I have an opportunity to acquire a nicely restored post-WWII .303 British Lee-Enfield. The gun has been worked over by a professional gunsmith, who has refinished the stock, gone over the internal parts, and has bead-blasted and refinished the metal. Nothing has been sporterized; the rifle remains in its original military configuration. The end result is a very handsome (it almost looks new) SMLE. The rifle comes with a bayonet and an extra detachable magazine. Any ideas on this gun's worth? I know the refinishing removes any "collector" value, but I don't think it was a "collector"-grade gun in the first place. The current asking price is $300.