Customers with an old gun, ask yourself, what are you trying to achieve?
You may have an older gun in need of a small amount of work so it can be used safely and reliably. Alternatively, you may want a full renovation to get the gun in the best possible condition. Whatever, always get the gun inspected first by a competent craftsman. Generally, British guns are more expensive to renovate as parts are not off-the-shelf items but there are some jobs that are the same cost whatever the gun. Replacing a stock can be expensive. I have seen a lot of broken or cracked stocks due to accidents in the field. If your gun is not covered get it insured ASAP.