Looking for your guidance and what I should do if it was you. I have always wanted and I recently purchased a pre64 Winchester in 300 H&H built in 1951. I am not a collector but have had this deep down want for a model 70 in this caliber. Supposed to be all matching numbers and original it’s in very good to excellent condition. I want the rifle for shooting, some hunting here in US and take as a PG rifle when things calm down. I plan to scope it with a Swarovski 3-12 scope. Would you restock and save the original stock, even though I love good looking wood I have thought about a composite stock. It has an original Lyman Aperture on it now but to be honest i worry a little about my aging eyesight. Or would you keep building stories with it as all original? I first need to take possession of it and check accuracy but trying to make a plan on what to do with it when I get it and have great respect for ideas and thoughts from the forum.