Be Warned! I paid the premium for a a hand-picked rifle. I received one in good working order but it had been refinished. The steel had been crudely sanded to remove rust (but all pitting remained) and then cold-blued, complete with fingerprints on the barrel. The "restorer" even rolled up his sandpaper, inserted it into the barrel, and spun it to remove any rust visible at the muzzle. This was done to a rifle with a surprisingly clean bore to begin with.
I spoke to the manager of the ACC firearms warehouse who told me with pride that his staff refinishes the higher-end rifles in house.
I am very upset that no mention of this practice is made in any sales literature, but I will probably keep the rifle instead of taking pot-luck with an untouched one.
To be fair, the refinished stock looks very nice, though it was sanded down so much that the butt plate is now too large.