I was in my local gun shop and found a rifle I was unfamiliar with, 43 win in 218 bee. The wood to stock fit was horrible so bad you could not even use the factory sights I started to put it down and the owner said the magic words its been restocked for a scope and I will make you a real deal on it. The price has not left his lips as of yet but the rest of the gun was slick and I am interested. Questions, were they very accurate, how hard to find a scope mount, and what should I offer for the pig? I was thinking in the less than 200 price range as I would have to but a scope base, scope, dies, and brass. Guessing the above at 20 for weaver bases, in the 50 dollar cheapy scope range dies are 27.00 at midway. That puts me in under 300. I have no collector interest just a cheap center fire for coyote killing. Thanks for the help.