This is a family heirloom at least to me. It belonged to my grandfather who bought it from a local butcher in a little town west of Chicago in the 1920's or 30's. It has a crack in the wrist area where the wood is at it's weakest. It's not a real fancy one kind of in between the field model and the next grade. I had it appraised at about $3200 7yrs. ago. My question is this does anyone know anyone doing this kind of work who wouldn't do a hack job, and reasonably priced. I'd like to get done for my dad. I know it's accounted for many pheasants up there. I'd like for him to able to shoot it some, although I know he won't shoot it much. OK! I'd like to shoot it too.